The stage is set and we are ready to welcome the 2017 edition of the professional Twenty20 Cricket League, Indian Premier League (IPL). Now in its 10th year, the biggest cricketing league in the world, IPL is scheduled to start from the 5th of April and will continue till the 21st of May. Get ready for 47 days of absorbing cricket and general entertainment. For the Brits, it could be a chance to see their cricketing heroes in action as eight top English players are set to appear at the IPL this year. In fact, Ben Stokes became the IPL’s most expensive foreign player when one of the teams, Rising Pune Supergiants bought him for £1.7m. Here’s more on the cash-rich league.

Teams

IPL has eight teams representing eight different cities in India.

  • Delhi Daredevils
  • Gujarat Lions
  • Kings XI Punjab
  • Kolkata Knight Riders
  • Mumbai Indians
  • Rising Pune Supergiant
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad

Venues

Eden Gardens –Located in the ancient city of Kolkata, the Eden Gardens is a pilgrimage for cricket lovers from across the world. With a seating capacity of around 70,000, the stadium has been hosting cricket and football matches since its establishment in 1864.

Feroz Shah Kotla – Located in the capital city Delhi, Feroz Shah Kotla is one of the oldest international cricket stadiums in India. It is located close to several of the city’s major tourist attractions.

Green Park – The ‘Woolmer’s Turf’, Green Park Stadium is a 45,000-capacity cricket stadium in Kanpur, a commercial hub in Central India.

Holkar Stadium – Located in Indore, a key tourist destination in Central India, the stadium has hosted several domestic and international matches over the years.

M.Chinnaswamy Stadium – Located in the heart of Bangalore, one of India’s thriving commercial and IT hubs, M.Chinnaswamy Stadium is a large cricket stadium hosting matches throughout the year.

Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium – Located in the city of Pune, Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium is a recent addition to the list of cricket stadiums in India.

Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium – Located in Mohali near Chandigarh, a well-known tourist destination in northern India, Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium is a relatively smaller cricket stadium with seating capacity of around 25,000.

Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium – It is located in Hyderabad, India’s leading IT hub. Boasting a seating capacity of 45,000 spectators, the stadium regularly hosts T20s, ODIs, and test matches.

Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium – Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium is a famous cricket ground in Rajkot, Gujarat – one of the country’s major business and tourist hubs.

Wankhede Stadium – Located in Mumbai, India’s financial capital and gateway to top travel destinations, Wankhede Stadium is a large cricket stadium which has hosted numerous high profile matches. The notable 2011 Cricket World Cup Final was held here.

Indian Premier League (IPL) 2017 Full Schedule

Checkout the IPLT20 Match Timings & Fixtures

Date Venue
Time (GST)
Teams

05April

Hyderabad

2:30 Sunrisers Hyderabad v Royal Challengers Bangalore

06 April

Pune

2:30 Rising Pune Supergiants v Mumbai Indians

07 April

Rajkot

2:30 Gujarat Lions v Kolkata Knight Riders

08 April

Indore

10:30 Kings XI Punjab v Rising Pune Supergiants

08 April

Bangalore

2:30 Royal Challengers Bangalore v Delhi Daredevils

09 April

Hyderabad

10:30 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs. Gujarat Lions

09 April

Mumbai

2:30 Mumbai Indians vs. Kolkata Knight Riders

10 April

Indore

10:30 Kings XI Punjab vs. Royal Challengers Bangalore

11 April

Pune

2:30 Rising Pune Supergiants vs. Delhi Daredevils

12 April

Mumbai

2:30 Mumbai Indian vs. Sunrisers Hyderabad

13 April

Kolkata

2:30 Kolkata Knight Riders vs. Kings XI Punjab

14 April

Bangalore

10:30 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Mumbai Indians

14 April

Bangalore

2:30 Gujarat Lions vs. Rising Pune Supergiants

15 April

Kolkata

10:30 Kolkata Knight Riders vs. Sunrisers Hyderabad

15 April

Delhi

2:30 Delhi Daredevils vs. Kings XI Punjab

16 April

Mumbai

10:30 Mumbai Indians vs. Gujarat Lions

16 April

Bangalore

2:30 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Rising Pune Supergiants

17 April

Delhi

10:30 Delhi Daredevils vs. Kolkata Knight Riders

17 April

Hyderabad

2:30 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs. Kings XI Punjab

18 April

Rajkot

2:30 Gujarat Lions vs. Royal Challengers Bangalore

19 April

Hyderabad

10:30 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs. Delhi Daredevils

20 April

Indore

2:30 Kings XI Punjab vs. Mumbai Indians

21 April

Kolkata

2:30 Kolkata Knight Riders vs. Gujarat Lions

22 April

Delhi

10:30 Delhi Daredevils vs. Mumbai Indians

22 April

Pune

2:30 Rising Pune vs. Sunrisers Hyderabad

23 April

Rajkot

10:30 Gujarat Lions vs. Kings XI Punjab

23 April

Kolkata

2:30 Kolkata Knight Riders vs. Royal Challengers Bangalore

24 April

Mumbai

2:30 Mumbai Indians vs. Rising Pune Supergiants

25 April

Bangalore

2:30 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Sunrisers Hyderabad

26 April

Pune

2:30 Rising Pune Supergiants vs. Kolkata Knight Riders

27 April

Bangalore

2:30 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Gujarat Lions

28 April

Kolkata

10:30 Kolkata Knight Riders vs. Delhi Daredevils

28 April

Mohali

2:30 Kings XI Punjab vs. Sunrisers Hyderabad

29 April

Pune

10:30 Rising Pune Supergiants vs. Royal Challengers Bangalore

29 April

Rajkot

2:30 Gujarat Lions vs. Mumbai Indians

30 April

Mohali

10:30 Kings XI Punjab vs. Delhi Daredevils

30 April

Hyderabad

2:30 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs. Kolkata Knight Riders

1 May

Mumbai

10:30 Mumbai Indians vs. Royal Challengers Bangalore

1 May

Pune

2:30 Rising Pune Supergiants vs. Gujarat Lions

2 May

Delhi

2:30 Delhi Daredevils vs. Sunrisers Hyderabad

3 May

Kolkata

2:30 Kolkata Knight Riders vs. Rising Pune Supergiants

4 May

Delhi

2:30 Delhi Daredevils vs. Gujarat Lions

5 May

Bangalore

2:30 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Kings XI Punjab

6 May

Hyderabad

10:30 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs. Rising Pune Supergiants

6 May

Mumbai

2:30 Mumbai Indians vs. Delhi Daredevils

7 May

Bangalore

10:30 Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Kolkata Knight Riders

7 May

Mohali

2:30 Kings XI Punjab vs. Gujarat Lions

8 May

Hyderabad

2:30 Sunrisers Hyderabad vs. Mumbai Indians

9 May

Mohali

2:30 Kings XI Punjab vs. Kolkata Knight Riders

10 May

Kanpur

2:30 Gujarat Lions vs. Delhi Daredevils

11 May

Mumbai

8:00 Mumbai Indians vs. Kings XI Punjab

12 May

Delhi

10:30 Delhi Daredevils vs. Rising Pune Supergiants

13 May

Kanpur

10:30 Gujarat Lions vs. Sunrisers Hyderabad

13 May

Kolkata

2:30 Kolkata Knight Riders vs. Mumbai Indians

14 May

Pune

10:30 Rising Pune Supergiants vs. Kings XI Punjab

14 May

Delhi

2:30 Delhi Daredevils vs. Royal Challengers Bangalore
Play-offs and Final
16th May 8:00 PM TBC vs TBC – 1st Qualifier
17th May 8:00 PM TBC vs TBC – Eliminator
19th May 8:00 PM TBC vs TBC – 2nd Qualifier
21st May 8:00 PM Final

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