IPL CRICKET LIVE MATCH ,HIGH LIGHT ,HOTSTAR,JIO IPL LIVE MATCH BALL BY BALL LIVE SCORE

IPL CRICKET LIVE MATCH ,HIGH LIGHT ,HOTSTAR,JIO IPL LIVE MATCH BALL BY BALL LIVE SCORE


The tournament was originally scheduled for March 29, though it got delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. As many as eight teams are participating in the IPL 2020 series that will see a total of 60 cricket matches, with the first match taking place between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings later today. Just like past years, Star Sports is the official broadcaster for the IPL matches. Disney+ Hotstar, on the other hand, has been titled the “official digital streaming partner” for the tournament in India.


The last time IPL was partially held in UAE back in 2014, KKR emerged as the eventual champions. CSK, on the other hand have had a rollercoaster of a ride even before the start of the tournament with COVID cases in thair camp and veterans Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh pulling out. Skipper MS Dhoni, with a depleted side will have a mountain to climb if he has to take his team into the playoffs from here. Comparing the two teams, Mumbai Indians seem to have the balance slightly tilted more to their favour with Rohit, Pandya brothers -- Hardik and Krunal -- the indomitable Kieron Pollard and the 'King of Death' bowling Jasprit Bumrah giving it a menacing look. This evening, Rohit Sharma's defending champions Mumbai Indians will be locking horns with Dhoni's Chennai Super Kings in what is likely to be a fittingly exciting opening showdown After close to three weeks of practice in the bio-secure bubble and the Australia and England players recently joining in from the United Kingdom, all the 8 franchises now look prepared and rearing to go for the 53-day tournament that will have a total of 60 matches. Read AlsoIPL 2020:ipl cricket match score


 Get ready for a desert storm as Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings start the season with a blockbuster clashThe good news for cricket fans and fans of T20 franchise cricket, in particular, is that the 13th edition of the IPL, albeit late, is being played after the BCCI managed to shift the whole tournament to the UAE. For the first time, only three venues will host as many as 60 matches. The eveningWith the world, including India, still finding it difficult to cope up with COVID-19 challenges, the 13th edition of the tournament comes as a sigh of relief for the cricket frenzy nation and with a promise of being a happy distraction. The last time IPL was partially held in UAE back in 2014, KKR emerged as the eventual champions. CSK, on the other hand have had a rollercoaster of a ride even before the start of the tournament with COVID cases in thair camp and veterans Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh pulling out. Skipper MS Dhoni, with a depleted side will have a mountain to climb if he has to take his team into the playoffs from here. Comparing the two teams, Mumbai Indians seem to have the balance slightly tilted more to their favour with Rohit, Pandya brothers -- Hardik and Krunal -- the indomitable Kieron Pollard and the 'King of Death' bowling Jasprit Bumrah giving it a menacing look. 


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