The inaugural match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) this year was scheduled to be held on April 6. The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) on April 7, The venue also moved to Mumbai's Wankhede stadium. The budget also decreased.
According to the Indian Board on Monday, this information has been reported mid-day. The inauguration of the IPL was to be held in the Cricket Club of India (CCI). Instead, it will be at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium. The program has been reduced from Rs 50 crore to 30 crore rupees.
The inaugural champions Mumbai Indians and the two-time champions Chennai Super Kings will face on April 7. Chennai has returned two years' ban Returns Rajasthan Royals too
The two teams were banned from the tournament due to involvement in match fixing. The most popular and competing franchise in the world is the T20 Cricket Tournament IPL. The 11th edition of the tournament will be held in nine venues for 51 days. Delhi Daredevils and Kings XI Punjab will face the second match of the tournament in Firoz Shah Kotla ground in Delhi. 27th finals in Mumbai
Not to compare now
Now Saurav Ganguly does not agree to compare Virat Kohli's team with the Indian teams of the past. He preferred to give more time to the current Indian team. In an interview given to a television channel, Sourav said, "It is very difficult to compare comparisons between two subjects. But every aspect of Indian cricket has been champions like Gavaskar, Kapil Dev, Tendulkar, as well as the champions.
I think her prolific person is Kohlio. However, the past should compare the past with 7-8 years, not before. Because we were either Ganguly or Dravid or Tendulkar, after playing for 15 years. "Took a little bit, Saurav added," Virat Kohli has been playing for 10-11 years. Dhoni is there with
But Rahane or Rohit or Murali are playing for 4-5 years. I want to give them more time, to see where they are ending. It can not be compared to either. In this case, want to talk one more thing. My subjects are meant to be players like Sehwag, Dravid, Tendulkar, Laxman, Ganguly, Harbhajan and Kumble. Everyone played more than 100 Test matches. Everyone knows how good a player is. '