The twelfth season of Indian Premier League is going on the present moment. IPL 2019 to be commenced on March 29. The first match will be played between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings while the last will happen on May 27 at Wankhede.
BCCI has not chosen any date for the fixtures till yet. There are reports that BBCI will provide a list of fixtures very soon. The dates will decide the stadiums too. Along with all these, tickets will also be available on IPL’s official site.
The twelfth release of the Indian Premier League will be held from March 29, 2019, to May 19, 2019.
According to reports, a BCCI spokesperson said, “The 12th season of Indian Premier League will be played between 29 March and May 19. However, the place of fixtures and other information are not yet discovered.
IPL 2019 will be followed by the 50-over ICC Cricket World Cup. United Kingdom will host 2019’s ICC Cricket World Cup. The 2019 ICC World Cup will begin from 30th May and last till 14th of July.
Indian team is planned to start the ICC World Cup 2019 crusade against South Africa on June 5 while they will confront main opponents Pakistan on June 16 at Old Trafford.
India has never lost to Pakistan in World Cup matches. India and Pakistan last met in World Cup coordinate in 2015 where India developed triumphant. They last played against one another in ICC Champions Trophy 2017 last. Pakistan vanquished India in this experience to lift the Champions Trophy out of the blue.
“This is the first run through Indo-Pak coordinate won’t be a beginning undertaking. Since the organization will be a round robin undertaking (all groups playing each other like 1992),” the authority included.
The configuration for the gathering stage is to have every one of the ten groups play each other in a solitary gathering. This implies a sum of 45 matches will be played with each group playing an aggregate of nine matches. The best four groups from the gathering will then advancement to the knockout stage. A comparable configuration was already utilized in the 1992 Cricket World Cup.
The knockout stage will see two semi-finals, with the victors of each advancing to the last at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
The last apparatus list is required to be declared after the fulfillment of the ICC meeting in Kolkata.