IPL 2021 Schedule Announced: Full Time Table, Fixtures, Venues, Match Time, Auction and Complete Details

IPL 2021 Schedule, Time Table, Fixtures, Venues, Match Time, and Complete Details

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The upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League is going to start on April 9 2021 and can conclude on May 30. The IPL Governing Council made the announcement on Sunday and released a statement about the IPL2021 schedule and details.

"The season will start on 9th April 2021 in Chennai with a high octane game between the defending champions Rohit Sharma Lead Mumbai Indians and Virat Kohli Lead Royal Challengers Bangalore. 

The World Largest Cricket Stadium - Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad will host the Playoffs and also the final on 30th May 2021 which promises to be a visible spectacle. The newly-built stadium that hosted India's second Pink Ball fixture reception with great grandeur will host its first-ever IPL."

IPL 2021 Schedule Announced: Full Time Table, Fixtures, Venues, Match Time, Auction and Complete Details
Pic Source: iplt20.com

IPL 2021 Schedule Announced: Full Time Table, Fixtures, Venues, Match Time, Auction and Complete Details
Pic Source: iplt20.com

Each team is about to play at four venues during the league stage. Out of the 56 league matches, Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata & Bengaluru will host 10 matches each while Ahmedabad and Delhi will host 8 matches each. one among the highlights of this edition of the VIVO IPL 2021 is going to be the very fact that each match is going to be played at neutral grounds, no team will play at their home ground. All teams will play at 4 out of 6 places during the league stage.

Total 11 double-headers to be played

There will be a complete of 11 doubleheaders where 6 teams will play three-afternoon matches & two teams will play two-afternoon matches. The afternoon games are going to play at 3:30 PM IST start, while the evening games will have to play at 7:30 PM IST start.

The VIVO IPL this year reception is going to be played behind closed doors to start with and a turn allowing spectators are going to be taken at a later stage of the tournament.