The wait for year’s biggest extravaganza is all set to end with the 16th edition of Indian Premier League which will kick off from 31st March and this time the home and away matches are going to make a comeback after 3 years of closed-doormatches in UAE and in India in 2022 at selective venues- Mumbai and Pune. Hence, each team will play 7 matches each at home and away ground in the league stage.
The inaugural match will see the defending champions Gujarat Titans taking over Chennai Super Kings at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmehdabad. A total of 70 league stage matches across 12 venues will be played through a period of almost two months.
The season’s first double header is on 1st April where Punjab Kings will lock horns with Kolkata Knight Riders in afternoon followed by Lucknow Super Giants vs Delhi Capitals in Lucknow. A total of 18 such double headers will be there this time.
The BCCI will announce the knock-out stage or the play-offs dates and venues later.
The Mega Final of the upcoming IPL will be played on 28th May’23.
Click here for the schedule:https://twitter.com/IPL/status/1626568562818293761?cxt=HHwWgoDR2a3f3ZItAAAA