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IPL 2021 Schedule, Time Table, Fixture

Hey Guy, Are you looking for the IPL 2021 Schedule? If so then you’re landed at the right place. The Indian Premier League is also known as IPL and it is the most popular T20 Cricket Tournament in the world. Millions of IPL Fans eagerly waiting for the Upcoming IPL 2021 Season 14Vivo IPL 2021 expected to be scheduled between March 2021 to May 2021.

The Indian Premier League was founded by BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) in the year of 2008. IPL is a professional T20 Cricket League in India which conducts every year in the month of March, April, and May by the Board of Control for Cricket in India. A total of 8 Teams Participate in this tournament from 8 different cities in India.

Every Season IPL comes up with more excitement & entertainment. Now it’s times for Next IPL Season 14 in the Year of 2021. This article is especially for all the IPL Fans from all around the world. Here we’ll talk about Upcoming Season of IPL 2021 Schedule, Vivo IPL 2021 Schedule PDF, IPL Time Table 2021, IPL 2021 Starting Date, and IPL 2021 Points table & more.

Update – Dream 11 replaces Vivo as IPL 2020 title sponsor, to pay BCCI Rs 222 crore, and Dream11 seeking to extend the contract for 2021 and 2022 if Vivo didn’t come back. So, The 14th Season of IPL can be Dream11 IPL 2021. IPL 2021 mega auction is likely to be postponed by BCCI.

IPL 2021 Date, Time Table, Match List

IPL 2021Schedule
IPL 2021 TeamsCSK, RCB, DC, KXIP, KKR, RR, MI, SRH
IPL Season14th
IPL 2021 Starting Date28th March 2021 (Expected)
FormatT20
Total Teams8
IPL 2021 ScheduleTo Be Announced

IPL 2021 tournament Format

In 2021 IPL there is no increase in the team playing for it, 8 teams will be participating and each team will be playing 2 matches, in total 58 matches will be played and the top 4 teams on the points table will go for the final eliminator round. The top 2 teams will play with each other and the team winning will reach the final of IPL 2021 and the losing team will play with the winners of matches between 3 and 4.

Player Acquisition

A team can acquire players through any of the three ways: the annual player auction, trading players with other teams during the trading windows, and signing replacements for unavailable players. Players sign up for the auction and also set their base price, and are bought by the franchise that bids the highest for them. Unsold players at the auction are eligible to be signed up as replacement signings. In the trading windows, a player can only be traded with his consent, with the franchise paying the difference if any between the old and new contracts.

Some of the team composition rules (as of 2020 season) are as follows:

  • The squad strength must be between 18 and 25 players, with a maximum of 8 overseas players.
  • The salary of the entire squad must not exceed ₹850 million
  • A team can play a maximum of 4 overseas players in their playing eleven
  • Under-19 players cannot be picked unless they have previously played first-class or List A cricket.

Match Rules

IPL games utilise television timeouts and hence there is no time limit in which teams must complete their innings. However, a penalty may be imposed if the umpires find teams misusing this privilege. Each team is given a two-and-a-half-minute “strategic timeout” during each innings; one must be taken by the bowling team between the ends of the 6th and 9th overs, and one by the batting team between the ends of the 13th and 16th overs.

Since the 2018 season, the Umpire Decision Review System is being used in all IPL matches, allowing each team one chance to review an on-field umpire’s decision per innings.

Prize Money

The 2019 season of the IPL offered a total prize money of ₹500 million (US$7.0 million), with the winning team netting ₹200 million (US$2.8 million). The first and second runners up received ₹125 million (US$1.8 million) and ₹87.5 million (US$1.2 million), respectively, with the fourth placed team also winning ₹87.5 million (US$1.2 million). The other teams are not awarded any prize money. The IPL rules mandate that half of the prize money must be distributed among the players.

IPL 2021 Teams

CityChennai, Tamil Nadu
Home groundM. A. Chidambaram Stadium
Debut2008
OwnerIndia Cements

Chennai Super Kings Squad

  • Narayan Jagadeesan
  • Ruturaj Gaikwad
  • KM Asif
  • Ravindra Jadeja
  • M Vijay
  • MS Dhoni
  • Josh Hazlewood
  • Kedar Jadhav
  • Harbhajan Singh
  • Karn Sharma
  • Piyush Chawla
  • Ambati Rayudu
  • Suresh Raina
  • Imran Tahir
  • Deepak Chahar
  • Faf du Plessis
  • Shardul Thakur
  • Mitchell Santner
  • Dwayne Bravo
  • Lungi Ngidi
  • Sam Curran
  • Monu Kumar
  • Shane Watson
  • Sai Kishore
CityDelhi, NCR
Home groundArun Jaitley Stadium
Debut2008
OwnerJSW Group / GMR Group

Delhi Capitals Squad

  • Shreyas Iyer
  • Prithvi Shaw
  • Ajinkya Rahane
  • Shikhar Dhawan
  • Jason Roy
  • Ishant Sharma
  • Amit Mishra
  • Avesh Khan
  • Sandeep Lamichhane
  • Kagiso Rabada
  • Keemo Paul
  • Mohit Sharma
  • Lalit Yadav
  • Axar Patel
  • Harshal Patel
  • R Ashwin
  • Marcus Stoinis
  • Chris Woakes
  • Rishabh Pant
  • Alex Carey
  • Shimron Hetmyer
  • Tushar Deshpande
CityMohali (Chandigarh), Punjab
Home groundPCA Stadium, Mohali
Debut2008
OwnerMohit Burman/Ness Wadia/Preity Zinta/Karan Paul

Kings XI Punjab Squad

  • Chris Gayle
  • Mayank Agarwal
  • Karun Nair
  • Sarfaraz Khan
  • Mandeep Singh
  • Sheldon Cottrell
  • Ishan Porel
  • Ravi Bishnoi
  • Mohammed Shami
  • Mujeeb ur Rahman
  • Arshdeep Singh
  • Hardus Viljoen
  • M Ashwin, J Suchith
  • Harpreet Brar
  • Darshan Nalkande
  • Glenn Maxwell
  • James Neesham
  • Chris Jordan
  • Krishnappa Gowtham
  • Deepak Hooda
  • Tajinder Singh Dhillon
  • KL Rahul (C)
  • Nicholas Pooran
  • Prabhsimran Singh.
CityKolkata, West Bengal
Home groundEden Gardens
Debut2008
OwnerRed Chillies Entertainment / Mehta Group

Kolkata Knight Riders Squad

  • Andre Russell
  • Dinesh Karthik
  • Harry Gurney
  • Kamlesh Nagarkoti
  • Kuldeep Yadav
  • Lockie Ferguson
  • Nitish Rana
  • Prasidh Krishna
  • Rinku Singh
  • Sandeep Warrier
  • Shivam Mavi
  • Shubman Gill
  • Siddhesh Lad
  • Sunil Narine
  • Pat Cummins
  • Eoin Morgan
  • Varun Chakravarthy
  • Tom Banton
  • Rahul Tripathi
  • Chris Green
  • M Siddharth
  • Praveen Tambe
  • Nikhil Naik
CityMumbai, Maharashtra
Home groundWankhede Stadium
Debut2008
OwnerReliance Industries

Mumbai Indians Squad

  • Rohit Sharma
  • Sherfane Rutherford
  • Suryakumar Yadav
  • Anmolpreet Singh
  • Chris Lynn
  • Saurabh Tiwary
  • Dhawal Kulkarni
  • Jasprit Bumrah
  • Lasith Malinga
  • Mitchell McClenaghan
  • Rahul Chahar
  • Trent Boult
  • Mohsin Khan
  • Prince Balwant Rai Singh
  • Digvijay Deshmukh
  • Hardik Pandya
  • Jayant Yadav
  • Kieron Pollard
  • Krunal Pandya
  • Anukul Roy
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile
  • Ishan Kishan
  • Quinton de Kock, Aditya Tare
CityJaipur, Rajasthan
Home groundSawai Mansingh Stadium
Debut2008
OwnerManoj Badale

Rajasthan Royals Squad

  • Mahipal Lomror
  • Manan Vohra
  • Riyan Parag
  • Steve Smith
  • Robin Uthappa
  • David Miller
  • Ankit Rajpoot
  • Mayank Markande
  • Jofra Archer
  • Shreyas Gopal
  • Varun Aaron
  • Jaydev Unadkat
  • Kartik Tyagi
  • Akash Singh
  • Oshane Thomas
  • Andrew Tye
  • Ben Stokes
  • Rahul Tewatia
  • Shashank Singh
  • Yashasvi Jaiswal
  • Anirudha Joshi
  • Tom Curran
  • Jos Buttler
  • Sanju Samson
  • Anuj Rawat
CityBengaluru, Karnataka
Home groundM. Chinnaswamy Stadium
Debut2008
OwnerUnited Spirits

Royal Challengers Bangalore Squad

  • Virat Kohli
  • AB de Villiers
  • Gurkeerat Mann
  • Devdutt Padikkal
  • Aaron Finch
  • Yuzvendra Chahal
  • Mohammed Siraj
  • Umesh Yadav
  • Navdeep Saini
  • Kane Richardson
  • Dale Steyn
  • Isuru Udana
  • Moeen Ali
  • Pawan Negi
  • Shivam Dube
  • Washington Sundar
  • Chris Morris
  • Pavan Deshpande
  • Parthiv Patel
  • Joshua Philippe
  • Shahbaz Ahamad
CityHyderabad, Telangana
Home groundRajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium
Debut2013
OwnerSun TV Network

Sunrisers Hyderabad Squad

  • Kane Williamson
  • David Warner
  • Manish Pandey
  • Virat Singh
  • Priyam Garg
  • Abdul Samad
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar
  • Khaleel Ahmed
  • Sandeep Sharma
  • Siddharth Kaul
  • Billy Stanlake
  • T Natarajan
  • Abhishek Sharma
  • Shahbaz Nadeem
  • Mitchell Marsh
  • Fabian Allen
  • Vijay Shankar
  • Mohammad Nabi
  • Rashid Khan
  • Sanjay Yadav
  • Jonny Bairstow
  • Wriddhiman Saha
  • Shreevats Goswami
  • Bavanaka Sandeep
  • Basil Thampi

Tournament Seasons and Results

SeasonWinnerWinning marginRunner-up
2008Rajasthan RoyalsWon by 3 wicketsChennai Super Kings
2009Deccan ChargersWon by 6 runsRoyal Challengers Bangalore
2010Chennai Super KingsWon by 22 runsMumbai Indians
2011Chennai Super KingsWon by 58 runsRoyal Challengers Bangalore
2012Kolkata Knight RidersWon by 5 wicketsChennai Super Kings
2013Mumbai IndiansWon by 23 runsChennai Super Kings
2014Kolkata Knight RidersWon by 3 wicketsKings XI Punjab
2015Mumbai IndiansWon by 41 runsChennai Super Kings
2016Sunrisers HyderabadWon by 8 runsRoyal Challengers Bangalore
2017Mumbai IndiansWon by 1 runRising Pune Supergiant
2018Chennai Super KingsWon by 8 wicketsSunrisers Hyderabad
2019Mumbai IndiansWon by 1 runChennai Super Kings
2020Mumbai IndiansWon by 5 wicketsDelhi Capitals