Rajsthan Royals v/s Kings XI Punjab Match highlight

Rajasthan Royals chase down highest total to beat Kings XI Punjab by 4 wickets

IPL 2020 Highlights, Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP): Rahul Tewatia(51 off 31 balls) hit five sixes in an over after Sanju Samson(85 off 42) and Steve Smith(50 off 27) hit sparkling fifties as Rajasthan Royals chased down the highest ever total of IPL to beat Kings XI Punjab by 4 wickets in Sharjah. Earlier, Mayank Agarwal scored his maiden IPL ton off 45 balls and KL Rahul scored 69 as their record opening partnership propelled Kings XI Punjab to 223 for 2 after being sent in to bat first by Rajasthan Royals captain Steve Smith who won the toss and opted to bowl first. Buttler and Ankit Rajpoot came in place of Yashasvi Jaiswal and David Miller. KXIP went in with an unchanged squad.

 

Follow IPL 2020, RR vs KXIP Highlights here:

 

23:24 hrs IST

KL Rahul reflects on the loss

 

“Look, this is T20 cricket, we have seen it so many years now, we did a lot of things right, lot of positives tonight, but such things do happen. The game keeps you humble all the time,” said KXIP captain KL Rahul.

23:17 hrs IST

The unbelievable Rahul Tewatia innings

First 19 balls: Eight runs (No boundaries)

 

Last 12 balls: 45 runs with seven sixes.

23:14 hrs IST

Rajasthan Royals beat Kings XI Punjab

 

FOUR! Tom Curran finishes it with a boundary. Rajasthan Royals have chased down the highest total in IPL to beat Kings XI Punjab by 4 wickets.

Rajsthan Royals v/s Chennai Super Kings match 4 Highlights : RR v/s CSK

IPL 2020 Live Blog CSK 199-6: Finally Dhoni launches one into the stands, but its the case of too little, too late. RR have been clinical today and they look like a well-balanced side here. Again, two in two. He gets on his knee and dispatches it. And a hat-trick of sixes here. RR win by 16 runs.

 

IPL 2020 SRH full squad :- Sunrisers Hyderabad players

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), an Indian Premier League franchise, have been participating in the tournament since 2013. Formed in 2012 after Deccan Chargers were terminated by the IPL, the team won the tournament in 2016. They lift the Cup after outperforming Royal Challengers Bangalore in the final by eight runs.

Take a look at SRH squad:-

Batsmen

• Abhishek Sharma

• Abdul Samad

• Manish Pandey

• Priyam Garg

• Virat Singh

• Shreevats Goswami

• Sandeep Bavanaka

Bowlers

• Khaleel Ahmed

• Sandeep Sharma

• Basil Thampi

• Bhuvneshwar Kumar

• Siddarth Kaul

• Shahbaz Nadeem

• T Natarajan

All-Rounders

• Sanjay Yadav

• Vijay Shankar

Wicket-Keeper

• Wriddhiman Saha

Overseas Players

• David Warner (Captain, Batsman)

• Rashid Khan (Bowler)

• Billy Stanlake (Bowler)

• Mitchell Marsh (All-Rounder)

• Mohammad Nabi (All-Rounder)

• Jonny Bairstow (Wicketkeeper, Batsman)

• Kane Williamson (Batsman)

• Fabian Allen (All-Rounder)

Sun Risers Hyderabad FULL squad :- SRH full team

 

IPL 2020 MI full squad :- Mumbai Indians full player list

 

Mumbai Indians is the most successful team in IPL history, with 4 titles to their names.MI batting has always been their strenght.

Rohit Sharma (batsman) (C)

Quinton de Kock (batsman / wicketkeeper)

Suryakumar Yadav (batsman)

Hardik Pandya (all-rounder)

Krunal Pandya (all-rounder).

Kieron Pollard (all-rounder)

Rahul Chahar (bowler)

Lasith Malinga (bowler)

Jasprit Bumrah (bowler)

Trent Boult (bowler)

Aditya Tare (batsman/wicketkeeper)

Anmolpreet Singh (batsman)

Anukul Roy (all-rounder)

Dhawal Kulkarni (bowler)

Jayant Yadav (bowler)

Mitchell McClenaghan (bowler) 

Sherfane Rutherford (all-rounder)

New players added in MI 2020 players list

Mohsin Khan

Digvijay Deshmukh

Prince Balwant Rai Singh

Nathan CoulterNile

Chris Lynn

Saurabh Tiwary

Know more about Mumbai Indians squad :- MI full player list

IPL 2020 CSK full squad :- Chennai super kings full player list

IPL 2020 is all set to start from September 19.

This year, a total of eight teams are part of the IPL, including Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Capitals, Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals.

The Indian Premier League will kick start with a face-off between the defending champions Mumbai Indians and the Chennai Super Kings.

The squad of the Chennai Super Kings includes some of the famous names of the season. However, Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh have stepped out of the league citing personal reasons.

Take a look at the Chennai Super Kings squad:

Wicketkeepers

 

 

 

    • Mahendra Singh Dhoni (C)

 

 

    • Jagadeesan N

 

 

 

Batsmen

 

 

 

    • Mahendra Singh Dhoni

 

 

    • Francois Du Plessis

 

 

    • Ambati Rayudu

 

 

    • Murali Vijay

 

 

    • Ruturaj Gaikwad

 

 

    • Jagadeesan N

 

 

 

All-Rounders

 

 

 

    • Dwayne Bravo

 

 

    • Ravindra Jadeja

 

 

    • Shane Watson

 

 

    • Piyush Chawla

 

 

    • Kedar Jadhav

 

 

    • Karn Sharma

 

 

    • Mitchell Santner

 

 

    • Sam Curran

 

 

 

Bowlers

 

 

 

    • Imran Tahir

 

 

    • Deepak Chahar

 

 

    • Shardul Thakur

 

 

    • Lungisani Ngidi

 

 

    • Josh Hazlewood

 

 

    • KM Asif

 

 

    • Monu Kumar

 

 

    • R Sai Kishore

 

 

 

International players who are the part of the CSK squad for the Indian Premier League 2020:

 

 

 

    • Josh Hazlewood (Bowler)

 

 

    • Sam Curran (All-rounder)

 

 

    • Mitchell Santer (All-rounder)

 

 

    • Lungisani Ngidi (Bowler)

 

 

    • Imran Tahir (Bowler)

 

 

    • Shane Watson (All Rounder)

 

 

    • Francois Du Plessis (Batsman)

 

 

    • Dwayne Bravo (All-rounder)

 

 

 

Know more details about players :- About Chennai Super Kings team

IPL 2020 :- Schedule, Venue, Fixtures, Start date, Match timings

INDIA KA TYOHAR

Governing Council announced the schedule of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 season on Sunday. The season will start with a Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings match on September 19.

DATE & DAY MATCH TIME (IST) VENUE
September 19, Saturday Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
September 20, Sunday Delhi Capitals vs Kings XI Punjab 7:30 PM Dubai
September 21, Monday Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Royal Challengers Bangalore 7:30 PM Dubai
September 22, Tuesday Rajasthan Royals vs Chennai Super Kings 7:30 PM Sharjah
September 23, Wednesday Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
September 24, Thursday Kings XI Punjab vs Royal Challengers Bangalore 7:30 PM Dubai
September 25, Friday Chennai Super Kings vs Delhi Capitals 7:30 PM Dubai
September 26, Saturday Kolkata Knight Riders vs Sunrisers Hyderabad 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
September 27, Sunday Rajasthan Royals vs Kings XI Punjab 7:30 PM Sharjah
September 28, Monday Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians 7:30 PM Dubai
September 29, Tuesday Delhi Capitals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
September 30, Wednesday Rajasthan Royals vs Kolkata Knight Riders 7:30 PM Dubai
October 1, Thursday Kings XI Punjab vs Mumbai Indians 7:30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 2, Friday Chennai Super Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad 7:30 PM Dubai
October 3, Saturday Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Rajasthan Royals 3:30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 3, Saturday Delhi Capitals vs Kolkata Knight Riders 7.30 PM Sharjah
October 4, Sunday Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad 3.30 PM Sharjah
October 4, Sunday Kings XI Punjab vs Chennai Super Kings 7.30 PM Dubai
October 5, Monday Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Capitals 7.30 PM Dubai
October 6, Tuesday Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals 7.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 7, Wednesday Kolkata Knight Riders vs Chennai Super Kings 7.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 8, Thursday Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Kings XI Punjab 7.30 PM Dubai
October 9, Friday Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals 7.30 PM Sharjah
October 10, Saturday Kings XI Punjab vs Kolkata Knight Riders 3.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 10, Saturday Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore 7.30 PM Dubai
October 11, Sunday Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Rajasthan Royals 3.30 PM Dubai
October 11, Sunday Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals 7.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 12, Monday Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders 7.30 PM Sharjah
October 13, Tuesday Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings 7.30 PM Dubai
October 14, Wednesday Delhi Capitals vs Rajasthan Royals 7.30 PM Dubai
October 15, Thursday Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kings XI Punjab 7.30 PM Sharjah
October 16, Friday Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders 7.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 17, Saturday Rajasthan Royals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore 3.30 PM Dubai
October 17, Saturday Delhi Capitals vs Chennai Super Kings 7.30 PM Sharjah
October 18, Sunday Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Kolkata Knight Riders 3.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 18, Sunday Mumbai Indians vs Kings XI Punjab 7.30 PM Dubai
October 19, Monday Chennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan Royals 7.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 20, Tuesday Kings XI Punjab vs Delhi Capitals 7.30 PM Dubai
October 21, Wednesday Kolkata Knight Riders vs Royal Challengers Bangalore 7.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 22, Thursday Rajasthan Royals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad 7.30 PM Dubai
October 23, Friday Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians 7.30 PM Sharjah
October 24, Saturday Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Capitals 3.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 24, Saturday Kings XI Punjab vs Sunrisers Hyderabad 7.30 PM Dubai
October 25, Sunday Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings 3.30 PM Dubai
October 25, Sunday Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians 7.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 26, Monday Kolkata Knight Riders vs Kings XI Punjab 7.30 PM Sharjah
October 27, Tuesday Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi Capitals 7.30 PM Dubai
October 28, Wednesday Mumbai Indians vs Royal Challengers Bangalore 7.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 29, Thursday Chennai Super Kings vs Kolkata Knight Riders 7.30 PM Dubai
October 30, Friday Kings XI Punjab vs Rajasthan Royals 7.30 PM Abu Dhabi
October 31, Saturday Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians 3.30 PM Dubai
October 31, Saturday Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Sunrisers Hyderabad 7.30 PM Sharjah
November 1, Sunday Chennai Super Kings vs Kings XI Punjab 3.30 PM Abu Dhabi
November 1, Sunday Kolkata Knight Riders vs Rajasthan Royals 7.30 PM Dubai
November 2, Monday Delhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore 7.30 PM Abu Dhabi
November 3, Tuesday Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai Indians 7.30 PM Sharjah

IPL 2020 :- BCCI ropes in Unacademy as IPL central sponsor for 3 years in 120-130 crore deal.

After signing Dream 11 as title sponsor for IPL 2020 season , BCCI has also roped in Unacademy as one of the central sponsor.
Unacademy has signed for 3 year as IPL central sponsor and will shell out in the range of 120-130 Cr for the period. The official announcement in this regard will be made soon. 
 
“The deal with Unacademy is completed for 3 years. We will make the official announcement soon”, confirmed the BCCI official .

Why IPL 2020 held in UAE? Any controversies?

Indian Premier League is set to return to UAE for the second time after it hosted the first leg of 2014 edition due to the general elections being held in India that year. This time around it’s the coronavirus pandemic that has brought IPL to UAE shores. Even though BCCI got the window to host the IPL 2020 in September-November this year in the account of T20 World Cup Postponement, having the tournament in India could have been possible because of the increasing caseload of the Covid-19 cases in India.

BCCI had no option left but to take the tournament outside of the country. Initially it was UAE and Sri Lanka which were looked at potential places to host with UAE more or less controlling the spread of the virus, while Sri Lanka was one of the least affected countries by the virus.

UAE was zeroed down –

1. Because it has hosted the event earlier.

2. Logistically, UAE could pull off something similar or at least close to what England and Wales Cricket Board have managed by creating a bio-secure bubble for their international series against West Indies in England. The Dubai Sports City, which includes the Dubai International Stadium and the ICC Academy, is ready as a potential venue for the T-20 league. “The stadium has nine wickets on the top in case a large number of matches have to be accommodated within a smaller time-frame. We will not be scheduling any matches there to keep the wickets fresh,” Dubai Sports City’s Head of Cricket and Events Salman Hanif was quoted as saying by Gulf News. In the ICC complex alone, there are 38 wickets – spread over the two Oval grounds, the simulated turf wickets as well as the state-of-the-art indoor facilities in case they want to beat the heat.

CONTROVERSIES:

As of now, there were no other controversies for IPL 2020 but the pandemic which is rising day by day in India is the main reason and since the increased number of cases in UAE is less compared to India. In the earlier year as of in 2014, the IPL was held in UAE and the game is repeating now itself in the same country.

Dream 11 named title sponser for IPL 2020

The IPL Governing Council has announced Dream11 as the new Title Sponsor of the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League. Dream11 (Sporta Technologies Pvt. Ltd) is an Indian company based in Mumbai, Maharashtra.

Dream11’s association with sports has grown over the years and it is presently partnering a total of 19 sports leagues along with 6 Indian Premier League Franchises.

Fantasy cricket league platform Dream11 has been named title sponsors for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020, after the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Chinese smartphone-makers Vivo suspended their contract for this year. Dream11 outbid companies like Tata Sons, Unacademy and Byju’s to bag the title sponsorship deal for the cash-rich league. Dream11 bid Rs 222 crore for the sponsorship rights, IPL chairman Brijesh Patel said. Unacademy had bid Rs 210 crore, Tata Sons Rs 180 crore and Byju’s had bid Rs 125 crore.

Vivo and BCCI postponed their partnership for one year due to the prevailing India-China border stand-off. Under the deal with Vivo, BCCI were receiving Rs 440 crore per year.

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had said after the suspension of sponsorship contract with Vivo, that it was not a financial crisis.

“I wouldn’t call it a financial crisis. It is just a little bit of a blip,” Ganguly said.

The IPL was originally scheduled to begin on March 29, but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The tournament will now get underway on September 19. But due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in India, this season of the IPL will be played in the United Arab Emirates.

IPL Title Sponsership Rights for 2020

Invitation for Expressions of Interest (“IEOI”) for IPL Title Sponsorship Rights for 2020

1. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (“BCCI”) invites third parties to express their interest (“EOI”) in acquiring the title sponsorship rights (“Rights”) for the Indian Premier League 2020 (“IPL” or League”) to be held in United Arab Emirates from September 19, 2020 to November 10, 2020.

2. The Rights are available for the period from August 18, 2020 to December 31, 2020. Details regarding the Rights and product categories in which the Rights are available will be provided only to parties who submit the EOI and are found eligible.

3. The turnover of the interested third party must be over INR 300 Crores (Indian Rupees Three Hundred Crores only) as per the last audited accounts.

4. Interested third parties (excluding marketing agency / agents) wishing to acquire any of the Rights should submit an EOI in the manner prescribed below. For the avoidance of doubt, it is clarified that marketing agency / agents are not eligible to bid and any bid submitted by a marketing agency / agent shall be rejected at the outset.

5. Each EOI should:

  • contain the full name and address of the relevant third party; and
  • indicate the product category or product categories in respect of which the third party is interested of being appointed as a Title Sponsor for IPL 2020; and
  • provide last audited accounts evidencing a turnover of INR 300 Crores (Indian Rupees Three Hundred Crores only). 

6. The Rights and the product categories will be discussed after the delivery of EOIs, with each third party having submitted an EOI and to clarify, third parties need not include any indicative level of fees for acquiring the Rights in their EOIs. The final bid will be submitted in accordance with the procedure prescribed in clause 13 below.

7. Neither the publication of this document nor any part of its content is to be taken as any form of offer capable of acceptance or any commitment or acknowledgment on the part of BCCI to proceed with any EOI of any third party and BCCI reserves the unfettered right not to grant any or all of the Rights without giving any reasons.

8. For the avoidance of doubt, it is clarified that BCCI shall not be obliged to award the Rights to the third party which indicates willingness to pay the highest fees in the course of discussions/ negotiations with BCCI after submitting an EOI. BCCI’s decision in this regard will also depend on a number of other relevant factors, including but not limited to, the manner in which the third party intends to exploit the Rights and the potential impact of the same on brand IPL as also the fan/ viewer experience, which will be examined/ evaluated by BCCI in the course of discussions/ negotiations with interested third parties who submit an EOI.

9. The grant of the Rights shall be conditional upon the relevant third party entering into a binding agreement with BCCI (standard BCCI template of the agreement), the form of which will be sent by BCCI to the relevant third party. No legally binding obligations shall be assumed by or imposed on BCCI or its nominated representatives in connection with this document and its subject-matter, and none of the Rights shall be granted until such time as a binding agreement is entered into by BCCI and any relevant third party.

10. Neither BCCI nor its officers, employees and/or agents shall, in any circumstances whatsoever, be responsible or liable in any manner or mode by whatever name called or described for any costs, liabilities, losses, damages or expenses of any kind whatsoever incurred or suffered in connection with this document or as a consequence of the preparation or delivery of any EOI.

11. All matters in relation to this IEOI or the process shall be governed by the laws of India, without reference to its conflict-of-law principles and any disputes shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts at Mumbai, India.

12. Each EOI must be delivered by email to the following address: eoi@bcci.tv with the following subject line “EOI for Title Sponsor for IPL 2020” and must be received by 5.00 pm IST on August 14, 2020. Any EOIs received after this deadline will not be considered unless BCCI decides otherwise at its sole discretion.

13. Post-delivery of the EOI, BCCI shall inform the Rights, product categories and entitlements to the interested third parties. The final bid should be sent to eoi@bcci.tv between 11 am to 1 pm on August 18, 2020. The above time schedule is subject to revision by BCCI at its sole discretion.

For and Behalf of The Board of Control for Cricket in India

JAY SHAH
Honorary Secretary
BCCI

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