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So, we are only 2 months from witnessing stage 2 of the hottest T20 competition on the planet The Indian Premier League (IPL) plan was at long last reported on Sunday evening. Reigning champs Mumbai Indians will confront other participants Chennai Super Kings in the initial experience in Abu Dhabi on September 19. The IPL has been moved to the UAE because of a surge in COVID-19 cases in India. The forthcoming edition of the T20 league will be held in the three venues of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah in the UAE.
Very much like IPL 2020, which saw the whole competition being directed in UAE, no groups would enjoy home benefit as all groups will play in nonpartisan settings.
To recap, Delhi Capitals is at present sitting at the highest point of the focuses table with 6 dominates from 8 matches. They are trailed by Chennai Super Kings with 5 dominates from 2 matches, RCB with 5 dominates from 2 matches. The current title protectors, Mumbai Indians are at fourth with 4 dominates from 7 matches.
The IPL Governing Council has declared the schedule for IPL 2020. "The competition will start on nineteenth September in Abu Dhabi with a blockbuster clash between defending champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. The last will be played on Friday, October 15 in Dubai. Phase 2 will run for a total of 24 days, and a total of 31 matches will be conducted during this period. There would be a total of 7 double headers with 3-week day doubleheaders and weekend double headers.
After the Indian Premiere Leque opener on nineteenth of September, Dubai will have its first game on twentieth September when Delhi Capitals takes on Kings XI Punjab followed by the third match on 21st September between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore. Then, at that point, the IPL action will move to Sharjah on Tuesday, 22nd September where Rajasthan Royals will confront Chennai Super Kings.
Along these lines, everyone will be excited for this outstanding tournament to restart once mor one of the best amongst other Franchise cricket competitions in the world. Hope to see the action soon.