|IPL Season||Winner||Total Teams||Number of Group||Opening ceremony||First Match||Final Match||Total Matches||Hosted at|
|16th Edition 2023||CSK||10||02||31 March 2023||31 March 2023||29 May 2023||74||India|
|Match No.||Teams||Date||Start Time|
|1||GT v/s CSK Gujarat Titans won by 5 wkts||31 March 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|2||PBKS v/s KKR Punjab Kings won by 7 runs (DLS method)||01 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|3||LSG v/s DC Lucknow Super Giants won by 50 runs||01 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|4||SRH v/s RR Rajasthan Royals won by 72 runs||02 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|5||RCB v/s MI Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 8 wkts||02 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|6||CSK v/s LSG Chennai Super Kings won by 12 runs||03 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|7||DC v/s GT Gujarat Titans won by 6 wkts||04 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|8||RR v/s PBKS Punjab Kings won by 5 runs||05 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|9||KKR v/s RCB Kolkata Knight Riders won by 81 runs||06 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|10||LSG v/s SRH Lucknow Super Giants won by 5 wkts||07 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|11||RR v/s DC Rajasthan Royals won by 57 runs||08 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|12||MI v/s CSK Chennai Super Kings won by 7 wkts||08 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|13||GT v/s KKR Kolkata Knight Riders won by 3 wkts||09 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|14||SRH v/s PBKS Sunrisers Hyderabad won by 8 wkts||09 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|15||RCB v/s LSG Lucknow Super Giants won by 1 wkt||10 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|16||DC v/s MI Mumbai Indians won by 6 wkts||11 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|17||CSK v/s RR Rajasthan Royals won by 3 runs||12 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|18||PBKS v/s GT Gujarat Titans won by 6 wkts||13 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|19||KKR v/s SRH Sunrisers Hyderabad won by 23 runs||14 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|20||RCB v/s DC Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 23 runs||15 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|21||LSG v/s PBKS Punjab Kings won by 2 wkts||15 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|22||MI v/s KKR Mumbai Indians won by 5 wkts||16 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|23||GT v/s RR Rajasthan Royals won by 3 wkts||16 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|24||RCB v/s CSK Chennai Super Kings won by 8 runs||17 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|25||SRH v/s MI Mumbai Indians won by 14 runs||18 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|26||RR v/s LSG Lucknow Super Giants won by 10 runs||19 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|27||PBKS v/s RCB Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 24 runs||20 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|28||DC v/s KKR Delhi Capitals won by 4 wkts||20 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|29||CSK v/s SRH Chennai Super Kings won by 7 wkts||21 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|30||LSG v/s GT Gujarat Titans won by 7 runs||22 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|31||MI v/s PBKS Punjab Kings won by 13 runs||22 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|32||RCB v/s RR Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 7 runs||23 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|33||KKR v/s CSK Chennai Super Kings won by 49 runs||23 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|34||SRH v/s DC Delhi Capitals won by 7 runs||24 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|35||GT v/s MI Gujarat Titans won by 55 runs||25 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|36||RCB v/s KKR Kolkata Knight Riders won by 21 runs||26 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|37||RR v/s CSK Rajasthan Royals won by 32 runs||27 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|38||PBKS v/s LSG Lucknow Super Giants won by 56 runs||28 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|39||KKR v/s GT Gujarat Titans won by 7 wkts||29 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|40||DC v/s SRH Sunrisers Hyderabad won by 9 runs||29 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|41||CSK v/s PBKS Punjab Kings won by 4 wkts||30 April 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|42||MI v/s RR Mumbai Indians won by 6 wkts||30 April 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|43||LSG v/s RCB Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 18 runs||01 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|44||GT v/s DC Delhi Capitals won by 5 runs||02 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|45||LSG v/s CSK No Result||03 May 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|46||PBKS v/s MI Mumbai Indians won by 6 wkts||03 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|47||SRH v/s KKR Kolkata Knight Riders won by 5 runs||04 MAy 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|48||RR v/s GT Gujarat Titans won by 9 wkts||05 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|49||CSK v/s MI Chennai Super Kings won by 6 wkts||06 May 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|50||DC v/s RCB Delhi Capitals won by 7 wkts||06 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|51||GT v/s LSG Gujarat Titans won by 56 runs||07 May 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|52||RR v/s SRH Sunrisers Hyderabad won by 4 wkts||07 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|53||KKR v/s PBKS Kolkata Knight Riders won by 5 wkts||08 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|54||MI v/s RCB Mumbai Indians won by 6 wkts||09 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|55||CSK v/s DC Chennai Super Kings won by 27 runs||10 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|56||KKR v/s RR Rajasthan Royals won by 9 wkts||11 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|57||MI v/s GT Mumbai Indians win by 27 run||12 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|58||SRH v/s LSG Lucknow Super Giants won by 7 wkts||13 May 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|59||DC v/s PBKS Punjab Kings won by 31 runs||13 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|60||RR v/s RCB Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 112 runs||14 May 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|61||CSK v/s KKR Kolkata Knight Riders won by 6 wkts||14 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|62||GT v/s SRH Gujarat Titans won by 34 runs||15 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|63||LSG v/s MI Lucknow Super Giants won by 5 runs||16 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|64||PBKS v/s DC Delhi Capitals won by 15 runs||17 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|65||SRH v/s RCB Royal Challengers Bangalore won by 8 wkts||18 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|66||PBKS v/s RR Rajasthan Royals won by 4 wkts||19 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|67||DC v/s CSK Chennai Super Kings won by 77 runs||20 May 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|68||KKR v/s LSG Lucknow Super Giants won by 1 run||20 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|69||MI v/s SRH Mumbai Indians won by 8 wkts||21 May 2023||03:30 PM (IST)|
|70||RCB v/s GT Gujarat Titans won by 6 wkts||21 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|71||Qualifier I (CSK v/s GT) Chennai Super Kings won by 15 runs||23 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|72||Eliminator (LSG v/s MI) Mumbai Indians won by 81 runs||24 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|73||Qualifier II (GT v/s MI) Gujarat Titans won by 62 runs||26 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
|74||Final (CSK v/s GT) Chennai Super Kings won by 5 wkts (DLS method)||29 May 2023||07:30 PM (IST)|
Shubman Gill - 890
Mohammad Shami - 28
Runs in 4s
Runs in 6s
Runs Through Misfield
Chennai Super kings
Max Wickets - 28
Max Runs - 890
Highest score - 129*
Indian Premier League (IPL) is a professional cricket event conducted in Twenty20 (T20) format and since its inception in 2008, it has gained a rich popularity among the cricket enthusiasts.
IPL league is based on a round-robin group and knockout format that has the teams in major Indian cities to come up together on the cricket ground.
The brainchild of the cricket league is the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) that has transformed the cricket event into one of the most lucrative cricket events.
With IPL new matches in the initial stages, the tournaments were played in the home and away grounds between all the teams.
However, the matches were played with a planned expansion to 10 clubs (with a division of two groups each with five) in 2011, that changed the format so that the matches between the some teams would be confined to a single encounter.Read More
In the contest, the top four teams indulge in three play-off matches and one losing team being allowed to play a second time to step into the finals.
During the play-offs, the tournament involved four teams finishing at the top of the tables in a series of knockout matches that allowed one team (one that lost its first-round match) to try a second chance to reach the final match.
With the advent of IPL leagues, the tournament included Bollywood megastars, and media moguls to retain the best players to players in the auction. The involvement of the Bollywood and business giants made it a cash-rich league, making the game more entertaining and intriguing.
Each team will be working to make the most of the resources at their disposal because there will be a few notable absences before the 2022 IPL season begins.
Rishabh Pant (c/wk)
The Delhi Capitals' loss of Mitchell Marsh and David Warner, two international stars, will be felt greatly. Anrich Nortje is expected to miss the first few games as he has not yet fully regained his match fitness. Because the team's current top six bowlers are uninspired, the absence of a sixth bowling option could be detrimental.
MS Dhoni (wk)
The biggest news was MS Dhoni's resignation as captain, and due to a few players' absences, captain Jadeja will have a difficult time leading the team. Deepak Chahar's injury, which prohibited him from playing, and Moeen Ali's delayed arrival due to visa issues disrupted CSK's plan entirely. Ali's presence could have made up for the batting order's lack of a pinch-hitter. Theekshana might be the second spinner in the starting lineup as the squad has to strengthen its new-ball bowling.
Royal Challengers Bangalore - RCB
Faf du Plessis (c)
Dinesh Karthik (wk)
The RCB predicted XI for the first game of the season is seriously weakened by Glenn Maxwell's absence from the first four IPL 2022 matches. Josh Hazlewood will also be missing due to international commitments; David Willey is projected to step in as the lineup's fourth foreign player. It will be intriguing to see whether Virat Kohli bats first or moves up to position three.
Kolkata Knight Riders - KKR
Shreyas Iyer (c)
Sam Billings (wk)
Tim Southee, who played for the team in the second half of last season, is a viable option for Pat Cummins, who will be out for KKR's first five games. Despite the setback caused by Alex Hales' withdrawal from the IPL owing to bio-bubble depletion, the squad's general makeup is encouraging because of the number of all-rounders.
Mumbai Indians - MI
Rohit Sharma (c)
Ishan Kishan (wk)
Due to an injury, Suryakumar Yadav will probably miss the first four games for the Mumbai Indians. Even though Fabian Allen is a team member, Tim David is expected to surpass him. Tymal Mills and Jasprit Bumrah have the potential to be an effective bowling team.
Punjab Kings - PBKS
Mayank Agarwal (c)
Prabhsimran Singh (wk)
Punjab Kings have assembled one of the strongest squads in the IPL 2022, replete with a diversified bowling department, despite Jonny Bairstow's tardy arrival. Strong batsmen include Shahrukh Khan, Odean Smith, Mayank Agarwal, Shikhar Dhawan, Liam Livingstone, and Livingstone in the bottom of the order. It's a genuine pleasure to watch Kagiso Rabada and Arshdeep Singh bowl death overs.
Gujarat Titans - GT
Matthew Wade (wk)
Hardik Pandya (c)
Gurkeerat Singh Mann
Three top bowlers make up Gujarat's bowling lineup, but their batting raises some questions. Vijay Shankar and Gurkeerat Singh Mann have previously had ups and downs in the IPL, and Shubman Gill's strike rate is not the highest in the league. Hardik Pandya's health continues to be a concern.
Lucknow Super Giants - LSG
KL Rahul (c)
Quinton de Kock (wk)
Marcus Stoinis and Jason Holder won't be available for Lucknow's first game due to their respective international commitments, which makes the middle order a little more vulnerable. Even though Ravi Bishnoi and Avesh Khan are wise picks, there might be a support issue.
Sunrisers Hyderabad - SRH
Kane Williamson (c)
Nicholas Pooran (wk)
The franchise's toughest rival in recent years has been its own management, despite the fact that SRH appears to have a formidable top five. If T Natarajan and Bhuvneshwar Kumar can remain healthy, the bowling, particularly the quick bowling, also seems to have potential.
Rajasthan Royals - RR
Jos Buttler (wk)
Sanju Samson (c)
The Rajasthan Royals don't have to worry about absences because they have a nearly full-strength roster available to them. They will be the team to watch out for since they have one of the strongest bowling assaults in the league if players like Sanju Samson and Jos Buttler can perform to the best of their abilities.
Since the IPL started, there are 8 franchises namely, Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings (CSK), Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), Deccan Chargers, Delhi Daredevils, Punjab XI Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), and Rajasthan Royals.
At the end of 2010, the BCCI took the decision to dismiss Rajasthan Royals and Punjab XI Kings were dismissed from the league for breaching the ownership policy, which was later reinstated for the 2011 tournament.
For the 2011 IPL tournament, two new franchises, Pune Warriors India and Kochi Tuskers Kerala joined the league. Before the contract termination by the BCCI, Kochi club could play only for one year. In addition to this, in the year 2013, Sunrisers Hyderabad superseded Deccan Chargers in the IPL.
Held over 4 days in 2008, the first tournament was won by the Rajasthan Royals, which was one of the smaller-market franchises under the captaincy of Shane Warne who is a great Australian bowler.
In the wake of the success of IPL and the IPL news, some countries tussled to start domestic cricket leagues in the T20 format. In the IPL 2022 season, the BCCI introduced two new teams, Gujarat Titans and Lucknow SuperGiants that added more value to the game.
In the IPL seasons, the players get orange and purple caps that represent their performances in the matches. In every format of cricket, bowlers and batters have equal contribution to bring glory to their teams. To reward the performances of the players in cricket, the authorities introduced purple and orange caps in the inaugural season of the IPL.
Orange cap holder is the highest run-scorer in the IPL matches. The batters with the majority of runs in the IPL tournament are crowned with the orange cap.
Brandon McCullum was the first player who wore the Orange cap but Shaun Marsh came out as the first Orange Cap winner in the IPL.
A cricketer with the highest-wicket taking record owns the Purple Cap in the IPL league. When a bowler takes the highest-wickets by the end of the IPL tournament gets the Purple Cap.
The cricketer from Pakistani, Sohail Tanvir is the first Purple Cap Winner.
Here is the list of the Orange Cap winners in IPL:
|IPL Season||Player||IPL Team|
|2008||Shaun Marsh||Kings XI Punjab|
|2009||Matthew Hayden||Chennai Super Kings (CSK)|
|2010||Sachin Tendulkar||Mumbai Indians|
|2011||Chris Gayle||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)|
|2012||Chris Gayle||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)|
|2013||Michael Hussey||Chennai Super Kings (CSK)|
|2014||Robin Uthappa||Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)|
|2015||David Warner||SunriserS Hyderabad (SRH)|
|2016||Virat Kohli||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)|
|2017||David Warner||Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)|
|2018||Kane Williamson||Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)|
|2019||David Warner||Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)|
|2020||KL Rahul||Kings XI Punjab|
|2021||Ruturaj Gaikwad||Chennai Super Kings (CSK)|
|2022||Jos Butler||Rajasthan Royals|
Here is the list of Purple Cap winners in the IPL:
|IPL Season||Player||IPL Team|
|2008||Sohail Tanvir||Rajasthan Royals (RR)|
|2009||R.P Singh||Deccan Chargers|
|2010||Pragya Ojha||Deccan Chargers|
|2011||Lasith Malinga||Mumbai Indians|
|2012||Morne Morkel||Delhi Capitals|
|2013||Dwayne Bravo||Chennai Super Kings (CSK)|
|2014||Mohit Sharma||Chennai Super Kings (CSK)|
|2015||Dwayne Bravo||Chennai Super Kings (CSK)|
|2016||Bhuvneshwar Kumar||Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)|
|2017||Bhuvneshwar Kumar||Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)|
|2018||Andrew Tye||Kings XI Punjab|
|2019||Imran Tahir||Chennai Super Kings|
|2020||Kagiso Rabada||Delhi Capitals|
|2021||Harshal Patel||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)|
|2022||Yuzvendra Chahal||Rajasthan Royals|
|2008||Rajasthan Royals||Chennai Super Kings||Mumbai|
|2009||Deccan Chargers||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Johannesburg|
|2010||Chennai Super Kings||Mumbai Indians||Mumbai|
|2011||Chennai Super Kings||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Chennai|
|2012||Kolkata Knight Riders||Chennai Super Kings||Chennai|
|2013||Mumbai Indians||Chennai Super Kings||Kolkata|
|2014||Kolkata Knight Riders||Kings XI Punjab||Bangalore|
|2015||Mumbai Indians||Chennai Super Kings||Kolkata|
|2016||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Bangalore|
|2017||Mumbai Indians||Rising Pune Supergiants||Hyderabad|
|2018||Chennai Super Kings||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Mumbai|
|2019||Mumbai Indians||Chennai Super Kings||Hyderabad|
|2020||Mumbai Indians||Delhi Capitals||Dubai|
|2021||Chennai Super Kings||Kolkata Knight Riders||Dubai|
|2022||Gujarat Titans||Rajasthan Royals||Ahmedabad|
|IPL Team||IPL Trophy||Winning Year|
|Mumbai Indians||5||2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2020|
|Chennai Super Kings||4||2010, 2011, 2018, 2021|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||2||2012, 2014|
IPL tournament is played in the following format:
All the ten teams are splitted in two groups with five teams in each.
Random draw is done that determines the groups and about the teams facing off each other on the ground once and twice.
In the group stage of the tournament, each participating team indulges to play 14 games that allows them to face the other four teams in their group two times each, four teams of the other group once, and the remaining two times.
The winning team is rewarded with 2 points according to the IPL Points Table System while the losing team gets no points and when the match draws or no result, each team gets 1 point.
After the group stage, a four-game playoff stage is conducted following the Page playoff system.
Following are the four playoffs matches:
Qualifier 1 - This round is played between the first ranked team and second in the group stage.
Eliminator - This round is played between the second and third ranked team in the group stage.
Qualifier 2 - The second qualifier round is held between the losing team in Qualifier 1 and the winning team of the eliminator round.
Final - The final round of the league is conducted between the winners of Qualifier 1 and
With so many cricket tournaments, the teams and players have been in major controversies:
In 2010, Ravindra Jadeja was dismissed to play IPL for signing a contract with another franchise while being involved with Rajasthan Royals.
Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila, and Ankeet Chavan were expelled from IPL for being accused of spot-fixing.
Shahrukh Khan alleged the security personnels for misbehaving with his children that drew all the eyes on the controversy in the cricket stadium.
The brainchild of IPL, Lalit Modi was sacked from his position in 2010 for financial misgovernance and corruption.
Luke Pomersbach was thrown out of the IPL league in 2011 for molesting an American woman and he was arrested by Delhi Police.
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In IPL 2022, a mega auction was scheduled, and teams can only retain only three players. On the other hand, the BCCI hosts the mini-auction for the IPL 2023, and the franchise can retain the majority of its players. Franchises need to spend at least 75% of the purse amount and can’t go beyond their purse limit.
IPL 2023 will take off on 31 March between CSK and GT at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The final of IPL 2023 will be played on 28 May 2023 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad between the finalists. Ahmedabad has been the top choice of BCCI for crucial matches as it holds the record for the biggest stadium.
The 16th edition of IPL will commence on 31 March between the GT and CSK. 74 matches will be played in IPL 2023, and it will go on for 59 days. Men in Yellow will look forward to having a great start after a bad performance in IPL 2022. Gujrat Titans are the winners of IPL 2022 and will try to continue the momentum.
Due to Covid, IPL 2023 has been shifted to Dubai and has been limited to a few venues only. BCCI has announced that IPL 2023 will be hosted in India, and every team will have its home stadium. All the teams will play home and away matches according to schedule.
Star sports is the official partner of the BCCI, which means you can watch all the matches at star sports on TV. On the other hand, Viacom 18 won the digital rights to IPL 2023, and they have announced the free streaming of matches on the Jio Cinema app. You can watch all the IPL matches for free on the Jio Cinema app.
IPL is the biggest cricket league in the world, and players from all over the world registered themselves. 991 players registered themselves in the IPL 2023, 714 players were Indian, and 277 players were overseas. 20 players are from the associate nation, 185 players are capped, and 786 players are uncapped.
In the 2023 auction, Cameron Green bagged the biggest deal in IPL history and get 17.5 Cr from Mumbai Indians. Ben Stokes, Nicholas Pooran, and Sam Curran are next on the list with 16.25cr, 16cr, and 15.25 cr, respectively. KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma, Ravindra Jadeja, and Sanju Samson are the retained players by their franchise and have the biggest deal.
BCCI has come up with a new rule for IPL 2023 to make the game more engaging. It allows teams to substitute an on-field player in the middle of the game with a list of four substitutes anytime. However, the replaced player can’t participate in the rest of the game. If a team has named four foreign players in the playing 11, impact players can only be Indian.
Star has the TV rights, and Viacom 18 grabbed the digital media rights for the next 5 years. Star has grabbed the TV rights for Rs 23,575 crore, and Viacom18 won the deal for Rs 23,758 crore. IPL is a cash-rich league, and the rights’ price tells us a clear story.
Indian start bowler Jasprit Bumrah was injured for a long time and missed many crucial matches for India. He is still recovering from the injury and is unfit for 2023. Bumrah is ruled out from the IPL 2023 because management doesn’t want to rush in including him as the 50-over world cup is not too far.
English pacer Jofra Archer is one of the best bowlers of the current era and has recovered from the injury. In 2022, Mumbai Indians added him to their squad even after Jofra was injured. He is available for the full season and set to lead MI's bowling line-up in IPL 2023.