First Match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings

The 13th season of the Indian Premier League starts today. The world’s most famous league of T20 cricket will open in Abu Dhabi on September 19 from the match between the defending champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings.

According to the Board of Control for Cricket in India, the new schedule of the Indian Premier League, the first match of the tournament will be played between the defending champions Mumbai Indians and last season’s runners-up Chennai Super Kings. The match will be played in Abu Dhabi on Saturday 19 September. The match will be played at 7:30 pm Indian time. Currently the schedule of league matches has been announced. Playoff dates and bases will be announced later.

The IPL was to be held in March first. But it was avoided due to the global epidemic of corona virus. Also this time the entire tournament is being held in the UAE. Its matches will be played in three UAE cities – Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.

The 13th season will start from 19 September, while the final match will be played on 10 November. It consists of 10 double headers i.e. two matches in a day and evening matches will now start half an hour earlier at 7:30 pm (Indian time). Let us know that the 13th edition of IPL was supposed to be held from March first but it was postponed due to the rising outbreak of Corona virus.

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What will be the indian time of the matches

On the day of two matches, the first match will be played at 3:30 pm Indian time, while the second match will be played from 7:30 pm. The match will take place from 7:30 pm on the same day when the same match takes place. 24 matches will be played in Dubai, 20 in Abu Dhabi and 12 in Sharjah.

Understand this

Starting on 19 September, the final will be held on 10 November
First match between Mumbai and Chennai in Abu Dhabi
60 matches between 8 teams in 53 days
10 double header (two matches in a day) match
Matches: 3:30 and 7:30 (Evening)
3 Stadiums – Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Dubai

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Commentary team has been announced

According to the report of our associate newspaper Mumbai Mirror, the BCCI has also finalized seven commentators. It includes Sunil Gavaskar, Laxman Sivaramakrishnan, Murali Karthik, Deep Dasgupta, Anjum Chopra, Rohan Gavaskar and Harsha Bhogle. They will all leave for UAE on 10 September. These are divided into two panels. One is based for Dubai and Sharjah while the other will be based in Abu Dhabi.

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