IPL Teams

Many IPL teams have tried to conquer the IPL, but none have been as successful as the Mumbai Indians (MI), who have currently won the tournament four times, including IPL 2019. Their closet competition has been the Chennai Super Kings who have won the IPL three times.

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    22 Sep 2021,
    Dubai International Cricket Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
    SRH
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    Not Started
    23 Sep 2021,
    Sheikh Zayed Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    mumbai indians
    Mumbai Indians
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Not Started
    24 Sep 2021,
    Sharjah Cricket Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    csk
    Chennai Super Kings
    Not Started
    25 Sep 2021,
    Sheikh Zayed Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
    rajasthan royals
    Rajasthan Royals
    Not Started
    27 Sep 2021,
    Dubai International Cricket Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    SRH
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    rajasthan royals
    Rajasthan Royals
    Not Started
    28 Sep 2021,
    Sharjah Cricket Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
  • Completed
  • completed
    09 Apr 2021,
    M.A. Chidambaram Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    mumbai indians
    Mumbai Indians
    9-159
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    8-160
    completed
    10 Apr 2021,
    Wankhede Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    csk
    Chennai Super Kings
    7-188
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
    3-190
    completed
    11 Apr 2021,
    M.A. Chidambaram Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    SRH
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    5-177
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    6-187
    completed
    12 Apr 2021,
    Wankhede Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    rajasthan royals
    Rajasthan Royals
    7-217
    Punjab Kings
    Punjab Kings
    6-221
    completed
    13 Apr 2021,
    M.A. Chidambaram Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    7-142
    mumbai indians
    Mumbai Indians
    152
    completed
    14 Apr 2021,
    M.A. Chidambaram Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    SRH
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    9-143
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    8-149
    completed
    15 Apr 2021,
    Wankhede Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    rajasthan royals
    Rajasthan Royals
    7-150
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
    8-147
    completed
    16 Apr 2021,
    Wankhede Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Punjab Kings
    Punjab Kings
    8-106
    csk
    Chennai Super Kings
    4-107
    completed
    17 Apr 2021,
    M.A. Chidambaram Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    mumbai indians
    Mumbai Indians
    5-150
    SRH
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    137
    completed
    18 Apr 2021,
    M.A. Chidambaram Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    4-204
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    8-166
    completed
    18 Apr 2021,
    Wankhede Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
    4-198
    Punjab Kings
    Punjab Kings
    4-195
    completed
    19 Apr 2021,
    Wankhede Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    csk
    Chennai Super Kings
    9-188
    rajasthan royals
    Rajasthan Royals
    9-143
    completed
    20 Apr 2021,
    M.A. Chidambaram Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
    4-138
    mumbai indians
    Mumbai Indians
    9-137
    completed
    21 Apr 2021,
    M.A. Chidambaram Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Punjab Kings
    Punjab Kings
    120
    SRH
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    1-121
    completed
    21 Apr 2021,
    Wankhede Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    202
    csk
    Chennai Super Kings
    3-220
    completed
    22 Apr 2021,
    Wankhede Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    0-181
    rajasthan royals
    Rajasthan Royals
    9-177
    completed
    23 Apr 2021,
    M.A. Chidambaram Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Punjab Kings
    Punjab Kings
    1-132
    mumbai indians
    Mumbai Indians
    6-131
    completed
    24 Apr 2021,
    Wankhede Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    rajasthan royals
    Rajasthan Royals
    4-134
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    9-133
    completed
    25 Apr 2021,
    Wankhede Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    csk
    Chennai Super Kings
    4-191
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    9-122
    completed
    25 Apr 2021,
    M.A. Chidambaram Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    SRH
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    7-159 & 0-7
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
    4-159 & 0-8
    completed
    26 Apr 2021,
    Narendra Modi Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Punjab Kings
    Punjab Kings
    9-123
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    5-126
    completed
    27 Apr 2021,
    Narendra Modi Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
    4-170
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    5-171
    completed
    28 Apr 2021,
    Feroz Shah Kotla,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    csk
    Chennai Super Kings
    3-173
    SRH
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    3-171
    completed
    29 Apr 2021,
    Feroz Shah Kotla,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    mumbai indians
    Mumbai Indians
    3-172
    rajasthan royals
    Rajasthan Royals
    4-171
    completed
    29 Apr 2021,
    Narendra Modi Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
    3-156
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    6-154
    completed
    30 Apr 2021,
    Narendra Modi Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Punjab Kings
    Punjab Kings
    5-179
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    8-145
    completed
    01 May 2021,
    Feroz Shah Kotla,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    mumbai indians
    Mumbai Indians
    6-219
    csk
    Chennai Super Kings
    4-218
    completed
    02 May 2021,
    Feroz Shah Kotla,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    rajasthan royals
    Rajasthan Royals
    3-220
    SRH
    Sunrisers Hyderabad
    8-165
    completed
    02 May 2021,
    Narendra Modi Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Punjab Kings
    Punjab Kings
    6-166
    Delhi Capitals
    Delhi Capitals
    3-167
    completed
    19 Sep 2021,
    Dubai International Cricket Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    csk
    Chennai Super Kings
    156/6(19.6ov)
    mumbai indians
    Mumbai Indians
    136/8(19.6ov)
    completed
    20 Sep 2021,
    Sheikh Zayed Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    Kolkata Knight Riders
    94/1(9.6ov)
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    Royal Challengers Bangalore
    92/10(11.3ov)
    completed
    21 Sep 2021,
    Dubai International Cricket Stadium,
    Indian Premier League 2021
    Punjab Kings
    Punjab Kings
    183/4(19.6ov)
    rajasthan royals
    Rajasthan Royals
    185/10(19.6ov)

During the IPL season, we will publish our exclusive free Match Prediction for each IPL match. Live score, live commentary, odds comparison and teams analysis.

Match Prediction

Since its inauguration in 2008, the IPL has changed arguably change the way in which cricket is now viewed, the shorter version of the game has no become an entertaining spectator for everyone, not just cricket fans.

The IPL has spearheaded this rapid rise in T20 tournaments with a glitz and glamour approach to the game, from its incredible atmosphere at stadiums across India, to the star-studded IPL teams there is plenty for cricket fans to enjoy.

Whilst man cricket enthusiast will still argue the ultimate test of a cricket player is the longer format of the game, test cricket, none can dispute that T20 cricket has become extremely demanding both physically and mentally on the cricket players during the course of the tournament.

For the upcoming IPL 2020 tournament, there are currently eight teams on course to compete, although the number of teams in the IPL has fluctuated throughout the years, with a few teams collapsing due to financial problems.

TeamsChampions202020192018201720162015
Chennai Super Kings2018, 2011, 20107th2nd1stxx2nd
Delhi Capitals2nd3rd8th6th6th7th
Kings XI Punjab6th6th7th5th8th8th
Kolkata Knight Riders2014, 20125th5th3rd3rd4th5th
Mumbai Indians2020, 2019, 2017, 2015, 20131st1st5th1st5th1st
Royal Challengers Bangalore8th7th4thxx4th
Rajasthan Royals20084th8th6th8th2nd3rd
Sunrisers Hyderabad20163rd4th2nd4th1st6th
x denotes team suspended

IPL 2021

Team Pld Won Lost Tied N/R Net RR Pts
1 Delhi Capitals 8 6 2 0 0 0.547 12
2 Chennai Super Kings 7 5 2 0 0 1.263 10
3 Royal Challengers Bangalore 7 5 2 0 0 -0.171 10
4 Mumbai Indians 7 4 3 0 0 0.062 8
5 Rajasthan Royals 7 3 4 0 0 -0.19 6
6 Punjab Kings 8 3 5 0 0 -0.368 6
7 Kolkata Knight Riders 7 2 5 0 0 -0.494 4
8 Sunrisers Hyderabad 7 1 6 0 0 -0.623 2

IPL 2020 Teams

The IPL 2020 teams are now finalised. There were some big moves and some even bigger auction bids lead by Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins becoming the most expensive overseas signing in the history of the tournament after Kolkata Knight Riders acquired him for an  incredible Rs.15.50 crores.

Australian teammate, Glenn Maxwell was picked up for Rs. 10.75 crores by Kings XI Punjab. The Big Show moves to Holkar Stadium, Indore. Other large auction “items” were the West Indian duo of Sheldon Cottrell and Shimron Hetmyer going for Rs. 8.50 crores and Rs. 7.75 crores to KXIP and Delhi Capitals respectively. Aaron Finch was picked up by Royal Challengers Bangalore, Eoin Morgan and Pravin Tambe went to KKR, Yashasvi Jaiswal went to Rajasthan Royals for Rs. 2.4 crores.

With it definite at this moment in time there will be the same eight teams, there has been plenty of talk from the BCCI that they may add two new teams for the next edition of the IPL. With two cities, Ranchi and Ahmedabad, being hot favourites to become the two cities to be represented.

Both cities have produced some excellent players over the years, with likes of MS Dhoni, Ravi Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah and the Pandya brothers all coming from these cities.

Arguably, Pune could be another city to return to the IPL having been present in the tournament twice under two different monikers, Pune Warriors & Rising Pune Supergiants. However, whether they will be able to push aside or make and agreement with the BCCI on financial arrangements is a massive talking point, but it would be great to see such a city like Pune with rich sports culture make a return.

IPL 2019 TEAMS

The IPL 2019 teams line-up was unchanged from the previous year’s tournament. However, the owners at Delhi Daredevils had reviewed their team’s performance in the past years and were unimpressed as they had yet to win or make a mark on any IPL tournament. This led to Delhi Daredevils getting a brand makeover and began the 2019 season with a new name and new logo.

Transforming the Delhi Daredevils to the Delhi capitals, in hopes, this would ignite a new era for the team. A big factor and arguably the main reason for this revamp was the acquisition of 50% in shares in the DD teams by JSW Sports. With that said, the team’s line-up as followed for IPL 2019:

  • Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)
  • Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
  • Mumbai Indians (MI)
  • Delhi Capitals (DC)
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)
  • Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad (SH)
  • Rajasthan Royals (RR)

So how did the Delhi Capitals team fair in the 2019 season, well they gave a valiant effort for sure. They didn’t have any player have outstanding achievement, but they did finish third only separated by Net run rate with CSK and MI. Delhi did well in winning their Eliminator match against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SH) but fell short as their team lost gas against a strong CSK team. During this tournament, David Warner picked up yet another Orange Cap for most runs and he really outdid himself as he notched up 692 runs in only 12 matches.

The Purple Cap champion for the IPL 2019 season came from CSK as Imran Tahir, a talented leg spinner took 26 wickets in 17 matches. However, Imran Tahir couldn’t help CSK beat the Mumbai Indians (MI), in what was a blockbuster final between the two teams. With two of the most decorated teams in IPL history both with big-game players going head to head again for the fourth time in the tournament, it was only 1 run in favour of the MI teams which separated them in the final.

IPL 2018 TEAMS

The IPL 2018 teams saw a cut from 10 teams down to 8 as both Gujarat Lions & Rising Pune Supergiants not get an extension to their contracts from the IPL. Both Gujarat Lions & Rising Pune Supergiants were temporarily replacing Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) as both teams were handed a two-year suspension for illegal spot-fixing back in 2013. This was an incredible moment in the months leading up to the IPL, as there was a sea of players without a team and with the potential of joining another team. With that said, the line-up for the IPL 2018 teams was as follows:

  • Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)
  • Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
  • Mumbai Indians (MI)
  • Delhi Daredevils (DD)
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)
  • Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad (SH)
  • Rajasthan Royals (RR)

For the second season running the Orange Cap for most runs was given to a batsman from the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SH) team, it was Kane Williamson who scored a whopping 735 runs within 17 matches with an average of 52.50. Although Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) didn’t manage to get past the group stages, it was their fast bowler Andrew Tye who took the most wickets in the tournament taking an impressive 24 wickets in 14 matches.

The two teams that topped the group stages were Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SH). It was also these two teams which made their way to the final. The final was not as tight as the previous year, as Chennai Super Kings (CSK) ran out winners comfortably chasing the SRH score with one and a half overs to spare thanks to showing stopping performance from Shane Watson, who scored 117 runs off just 57 deliveries.

The CSK team put in a hard shift throughout the tournament and all the players felt they had something to prove and owned it to their fans, after coming back from a two-year ban. Winning IPL 2018 tournament put them level with Mumbai Indians as both teams had now won three IPLs.

IPL 2017 Teams

The IPL 2017 teams battled it out to become the undisputed king of T20 with eight teams geared up and ready to give it their all. The IPL teams for 2017 were as follows:

  • Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)
  • Mumbai Indians (MI)
  • Delhi Daredevils (DD)
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)
  • Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad (SH)
  • Gujarat Lions
  • Rising Pune Supergiants

The superstars of the IPL tournaments always tend to be batsmen as the spectacle of an onslaught of sixes and the ball flying out the park tends to be more memorable. However, when it comes to the deep end of the innings this is where the depth and strength of a team are tested in the field and with the bowl.

The 2017 season was somewhat of a break-through season for India’s homegrown Bhuvneshwar Kumar a young teenage prodigy who broke onto the cricket scene when he got Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar out for a duck. Kumar went onto play for Sunrisers Hyderabad (SH) in the 2017 season and finished the tournament as the leading wicket-taker with 26 wickets in 14 matches winning the Purple Cap.

Keeping with the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SH) team, they also had their overseas player, David Warner a coveted Australian hard-hitter, receive the Orange Cap as he racked up 641 runs in 14 matches achieving the most runs in the tournament. Unfortunately, despite the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SH) having two of the best individual performers in the tournament, victory was left for Mumbai Indian (MI) who beat new boys Rising Pune Supergiants in a thrilling final by 1 run. Thanks to some incredible depth bowling by Mitchell Johnson, he helped Mumbai Indians (MI) claim their 3rd IPL trophy. 

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