IPL 2020 Tickets
IPL 13 Tickets Online – Buy IPL T20 2020 Tickets
Book IPL tickets 2020 online here. The 13th edition of the VIVO Indian Premier League will begin on September 19 in UAE and conclude on November 8 2020, played over a 51-day window. Each season has lived up to its billing with some excellent performances from some of the sides so far. Unlike previous years, this year’s tickets won’t be available on BookMyShow, Insider.in, TicketGenie, EventsNow and Paytm.
In what comes as positive news, New Zealand & South African cricket boards have both agreed to issue NOC’s to players for IPL 2020 tournament.
The Mumbai Indians will kick-start the tournament as the defending champions to face last year’s runner-ups Chennai Super Kings at the Wankhede Stadium in the first match. MI defeated CSK in the final of the previous IPL, clinching their fourth title in the process. A big change from this year is the governing council decided to remove doubleheaders on Saturdays. This season will have only six doubleheaders, all of them taking place on Sundays. The league will span over 57 days this year.
The IPL tickets for this year’s tournament can be bought from various websites associated with the different franchises. Each of the franchise ties up with different ticket sales websites like BookMyShow, Insider.in, TicketGenie, EventsNow and Paytm to sell them.
Also making it to the playoffs apart from Mumbai and Chennai last year were the Delhi Capitals and the Sunrisers Hyderabad, who finished third and fourth. In fact, so evenly fought was the competition between the top three sides, Mumbai, Chennai and Delhi that they all finished on 18 points apiece. Hyderabad managed to scrape through with 12 points on a better NRR than Kolkata and Punjab.
In the playoffs, Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings to make it to the final before Delhi defeated Hyderabad to knock them out and set up a meeting with the Chennai Super Kings for a place in the final. Chennai rolled over Delhi in that second qualifier to take on Mumbai for the fourth time in the tournament.
The IPL 2019 final then saw the Mumbai Indians scrape through to 149/8 from their 20 overs thanks to Kieron Pollard’s 41 but a struggling Chennai failed to make it through, losing by 1 run thanks to Jasprit Bumrah’s 2/14 from four overs and despite Shane Watson’s 80 off 59.
It will be interesting to see how things go in the 2020 version of the tournament, with the teams getting smarter with their selections and strategies.
The IPL auction took place in December 2018, and now we know who will be representing each team as they look to be crowned IPL champions. As normal, during the auction, we saw some of the biggest names in world cricket bought by IPL franchises, and it will be great to see those players go head to head. Some will be returning to their old clubs, while others are starting new adventures with new franchises and it will be interesting to see how these players get on with new surroundings.
Punjab, for instance, will hope new coach Mike Hesson can guide them to a season to remember while Bangalore, who also haven’t won a title need Virat Kohli and Gary Kirsten to work together to get them off to a decent campaign. IPL ticket booking 2020 links will be placed below.
Buy IPL Tickets Online
Disclaimer: VIVO IPL 2020 tickets booking comments section is moderated because of the unlicensed distribution of IPL match tickets by third parties.