Indian Premier League {IPL} 2020.

October 11, 2020 By Swapnil Suryawanshi

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The Indian Premier League is a professional Twenty20 cricket league in India contested during March or April and May of every year by eight teams representing eight different cities or states in India. The league was founded by the Board of Control for Cricket in India in 2008.

Number of teams: 8Founded: 2008, IndiaCurrent championMumbai Indians (4th title)FoundersBoard of Control for Cricket in IndiaLalit ModiGroundsM Chinnaswamy StadiumFeroz Shah Kotla Stadium.

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CHRIS GAYLE IS A BATSMAN WHO IS UNBREAKABLE OF IPL. HE HITS 175 NOT OUT ON 66 BALLS AGAINST ONE OF THE STRONGEST TEAM OF IPL PUNE WARRIORS IN 2013. STILL NO ONE HAS BROKEN HIS RECORD.

Will IPL 2020 be played :

When and where is the 2020 edition of the IPL taking place? The 13th edition of the IPL will be played in UAE from 19th September to 10 November. The matches will be played in three cities and three stadiums. A total of 24 matches will be held in Dubai, 20 in Abu Dhabi and 12 in Sharjah.

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Who is king of IPL :

Mahendra Singh DhoniThe King of IPL team is a search pertains to IPL.Mahendra Singh Dhoni is called as theKing of IPL team.The former Indian captain’s journey within the IPL has been sort of a enter the park. of these years later, fans across the world square measure still ready to witness the “Mahi Magic”- be it behind the stumps.

Who hit longest six in IPL :

Chris Gayle1) Chris Gayle (119 Meters) – RCB 2014

In IPL 2014, Gayle was at his ferocious best. Playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore, Gayle’s six was measured at 119 Meters. The longest ever 6 in the entire history of IPL.

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On 13 September 2007, the BCCI announced the launch of a franchise-based Twenty20 cricket competition called Indian Premier League whose first season was slated to start in April 2008, in a “high-profile ceremony” in New Delhi. BCCI vice-president Lalit Modi

The Indian Cricket League (ICL) was founded in 2007, with funding provided by Zee Entertainment Enterprises. The ICL was not recognised by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) or the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the BCCI were not pleased with its committee members joining the ICL executive board. To prevent players from joining the ICL, the BCCI increased the prize money in their own domestic tournaments and also imposed lifetime bans on players joining the ICL, which was considered a rebel league by the board.

In order to decide the owners for the new league, an auction was held on 24 January 2008 with the total base prices of the franchises costing around $400 million. At the end of the auction, the winning bidders were announced, as well as the cities the teams would be based in: BangaloreChennaiDelhiHyderabadJaipurKolkataMohali, and Mumbai. In the end, the franchises were all sold for a total of $723.59 million. The Indian Cricket League soon folded in 2008.

Crowd during a match of the 2015 IPL season in Hyderabad, India.

The top two individual scores in the IPL are also the top batting performances, in terms of batting impacts. They are also the only innings with impact scores of over 300: Gayle’s unbeaten 175 in 2013 had a score of 373.33, and Brendon McCullum’s 158 not out in the first ever IPL match in 2008 scored 343.02.

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