Sunday, 6 October 2019

IPL 2020 में सबसे महंगे रिटेन किए गए 10 खिलाड़ी, हार्दिक की रकम जानकर रह जाएंगे हैरान

October 06, 2019 0
IPL 2020 में सबसे महंगे रिटेन किए गए 10 खिलाड़ी, हार्दिक की रकम जानकर रह जाएंगे हैरान
दोस्तों एक बार फिर से स्वागत है आप लोगों का हमारे चैनल पर स्पोर्ट की न्यूज़ को पढ़ने के लिए आप हमारे चैनल को फॉलो करें. आज के इस आर्टिकल में हम आप लोगों को ऐसे 10 खिलाड़ियों के बारे में बताने वाले हैं जिन्हें आईपीएल 2020 के लिए उनकी टीमों ने भारी कीमत के साथ रिटेन कर लिया है। आईपीएल 2020 के लिए ऑक्शन की शुरुआत दिसंबर में होने वाली है। इससे पहले ही कई टीमों ने अपने खिलाड़ियों को रिटेन किया है। इस बारे में आज हम आप लोगों को बताने वालेहै।
1. विराट कोहली

लगातार खराब कप्तानी के बावजूद भी रॉयल चैलेंजर्स बेंगलुरु की टीम विराट कोहली को 17 करोड़ में रिटेन करेगी। पिछले साल आईपीएल में भी रॉयल चैलेंजर्स बेंगलुरु की टीम कोई खास कमाल नहीं दिखा पाई थी।
2. महेंद्र सिंह धोनी

चेन्नई सुपर किंग्स टीम के कप्तान महेंद्र सिंह धोनी को इस बार आईपीएल 2020 के लिए ₹15 करोड़ दिए जाएंगे। 2019 में भी महेश सिंह धोनी को 15 करोड रुपए में रिटेन किया गया था इस वजह से आईपीएल 2020 में भी इसी रकम के साथ रिटेन करेगी।
3. रोहित शर्मा

मुंबई इंडियंस टीम के कप्तान रोहित शर्मा को पिछले साल आईपीएल में 12 करोड़ रुपए की रकम के साथ रिटेन किया गया था। आईपीएल 2020 में भी ₹12 करोड़ के साथ रिटर्न करेगी।
अन्य सबसे महंगे रिटेन खिलाड़ी-

डेविड वॉर्नर 12 करोड़ हैदराबाद सुरेश रैना 11 करोड़ चेन्नई सुपर किंग्स बेन स्टोक्स 11 करोड़ राजस्थान रॉयल्स के एल राहुल 11 करोड़ किंग्स इलेवन पंजाब हार्दिक पांड्या 11 करोड़ मुंबई इंडियंस केन विलियमसन 10 करोड़ हैदराबाद आंद्रे रसेल 9.6 करोड़ कोलकाता नाइट राइडर्स

Monday, 30 September 2019


September 30, 2019 0
VIVO IPL 2019, the two-most successful sides in the league, and the two teams who finished first and second in the standings this seaso

In what will be a fitting end to VIVO IPL 2019, the two-most successful sides in the league, and the two teams who finished first and second in the standings this season, will compete in the Grand Finale; the Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings will vie for a fourth IPL title when they clash on Sunday evening.
Mumbai Indians, who topped the table with 9 wins, sailed straight to the Final after winning Qualifier 1. MI have the wood over CSK having defeated them thrice this season – including in Qualifier 1. The one thing MI should be conscious about is they haven’t been able to extend their winning streak beyond three matches this season; MI have won their last three matches and have an opportunity to set that record straight. While teams generally look rusty coming out of a break, MI – who have had a four-day break since qualifying for the Final – have actually hit the ground running every time they’ve returned; they’ve won winning each of their five matches when they’ve come out of a break.
MI have most bases covered. Tactically, they could make one change to the side that took the field in Q1 in Chennai; Jayant Yadav could make way for Mitchell McClenaghan.
The Super Kings had a poor second half in the league season; they lost several matches and lacked momentum heading into the playoffs, and were beaten in Qualifier 1. But in a knockout scenario – in Qualifier 2, the experienced players put their hands up and took the team to the team’s eighth IPL Final.
CSK’s bowling attack carried the team to the playoffs, and once again set the team up to progress to the title clash. Now, with the championship at stake, they need both – batting and bowling – departments to fire.
MI won their maiden IPL title in 2013, and added to their tally in 2015 and 2017. Can they make it a fourth odd-year-win in a row? Or will MS Dhoni’s ‘dad’s army’ cause an upset and clinch a fourth title?
12 May2019, 1930Hrs IST
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad
Previous Match XIs:
Mumbai Indians:Rohit Sharma, Quinton de Kock, Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Jayant Yadav, Rahul Chahar, JaspritBumrah, Lasith Malinga.
Chennai Super Kings:Shane Watson, Faf du Plessis, Suresh Raina, MS Dhoni, Ambati Rayudu, Dwayne Bravo, Ravindra Jadeja, Harbhajan Singh, Shardul Thakur, Imran Tahir, Deepak Chahar.
In a high-stakes match such as this, both teams will want to snatch initiative very early, and hence there will be expectations off the opening batsmen to set the tempo. MI will want Quinton de Kock – their top run-getter this season – to get cracking early on, allowing his opening partner Rohit Sharma time to settle in.
The Super Kings will want Faf du Plessis and Shane Watson to bat like they did on Friday night. Both batsmen scored half-centuries against the Delhi Capitals in Qualifier 2; if they can repeat that act on Sunday night, they will have put their team in a very strong position.
Hardik Pandya, who is in the running for the Most Valuable Player award, has been sensational in his role as MI’s finisher, as has the Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni, who needs 48 more runs to make this his most-productive IPL season.
On the bowling front, no other bowling line-up has caused the Super Kings more grief than the Mumbai Indians; against MI, CSK have only managed totals of 133-8, 109 and 131-4 this season.
Among the pacers, Lasith Malinga (who has taken more wickets against CSK than any other bowler), Jasprit Bumrah and Deepak Chahar will be the ones to watch out for.
Both teams are packed with quality spinners who will be expected to keep things quiet in the middle overs; how many runs the batsmen are able to score off the spinners could have a telling impact on the outcome of the match.
Head to Head in Indian Premier League
Overall: Matches – 27,Mumbai Indians – 16, Chennai Super Kings – 11.
Since 2015: Matches – 9, Mumbai Indians – 7, Chennai Super Kings – 2.
In Finals: Matches – 3, Mumbai Indians – 2, Chennai Super Kings – 1.
8 of the 11 previous Finals have been won by team that won the toss.
If Imran Tahir makes the Chennai Super Kings XI, he will be the first 40-year old to compete in an IPL Final.
Imran Tahir needs two more wickets to become only the second spinner in IPL history to bag the Purple Cap; the only spinner to finish as the season’s highest wicket-taker was Pragyan Ojha, back in 2010.


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There was a pattern to how both innings unfolded; both teams got off to brisk starts,but lost wickets in a heap and therefore lost their way in the middle period. Kieron Pollard helped MI finish on a high, whileShane Watson played a scintillating knock that nearly took CSK across the line.
At the start of the chase, Faf du Plessis dominated the opening partnership – just like he’d done in Qualifier 2; CSK’s opening pair added 33 in four overs, of which du Plessis’ contribution was 26. Watson and Suresh Raina added 37 runs for the second wicket and helped CSK consolidate, but losing three wickets for 12 runs set themback.
It was at this point that Watson took matters into his own hands. The Australian launched into Lasith Malinga and Krunal Pandya, andput his team in the driver’s seat; but his run out – with two balls remaining in the innings – gave the Mumbai Indians the opening they needed. MI gladly took that opportunity and sealed the match.
For MI, JaspritBumrah (2-14) was sensational with the ball, while Rahul Chahar (who dismissed Suresh Raina to trigger a middle-overs collapse) was economical. Mitchell McClenaghan bowled with plenty of fire, butdidn’t have any wicket to show for his good work with the ball. Krunal Pandya and Malinga picked up a wicket each.
Earlier in the evening, after opting to bat first, the Mumbai Indians openers began cautiously – scoring just two singles off the first over – before they turned the heat on. Captain Rohit Sharma was the first to tee off when he deposited a short delivery from Shardul Thakur into the stands at square-leg. In the third over, Quinton de Kock joined in, hitting Deepak Chahar for three sixes. The runs continued to flow for MI as Rohit collected a boundary off Harbhajan Singh in the fourth over and de Kock collected a six off Thakur in the fifth over. But in a sudden turn of events, MI lost both openers in the space of four deliveries.
The MI innings had derailed, and the rebuilding job was done by Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan, who added 37 runs at run-a-ball. And then again, a second collapse meant MI had no momentum heading into the backend of the innings.
Kieron Pollard and Hardik Pandya added 39 runs in quick time before the latter was trapped in front of the stumps. It was then left to birthday boy Pollard to take MI to a respectable total; the Trinidadian made 41 not out – the top score of the innings. MI finished their twenty overs at 149-8.
The Super Kings pulled things back spectacularly after being taken to the cleaners early on; after conceding 45 in the first 4.4 overs – at 9.64, they only conceded 104 in the remaining 15.2 overs at 6.78 runs per over. Deepak Chahar was the most successful bowler, returning figures of 3-26, while Shardul Thakur and Imran Tahir picked up two wickets each.
Standout Batting Performance
Kieron Pollard came out to bat after MI had slipped to 89-4 in the thirteenth over; the Trinidadian didn’t take too many risks early on and waited for the loose ball to come his way. His first opportunity came in the fifteenth over when Imran Tahir didn’t land, and Pollard duly sent it on its way into the sight-screen. Tahir was at the receiving end again in the seventeenth – this time a half-tracker was sent into orbit. Pollard’s third and final six of the night was a pull off a short delivery from Thakur in the eighteenth. Despite keeping strike for the whole of the last over, Pollard could only collect two boundaries – off the final two balls of the innings, to finish 41 not out; his 25-ball knock contained three boundaries and as many sixes.
Shane Watson appears to save his best for the final. Following his match-winning century in the 2018 Final, the Australian once again produced a scintillating knock. Watson’s knock waswell-constructed; he was 42 from 42 balls at the start of the sixteenth over, at which point he stepped on the accelerator. He first got stuck into Malinga – who repeatedly kept bowling full and wide, and Watson was only too happy to collect boundaries through thirdman and point. In the eighteenth over, he got stuck into Krunal Pandya and hit him for three consecutive sixes – over cover, down the ground and over midwicket. Watson had nearly pulled off the chase for CSK; when 5 were needed from the last three balls, he squeezed a wide yorker, completed one run easily, but following a misunderstanding with Ravindra Jadeja set off late for the second run, that led to his run out. Watson hit eight boundaries and four sixes in his 59-ball 80.
Standout Bowling Performance

Jasprit Bumrah, who bowled his four overs in three spells, was the standout bowler in the match. The MI pacer’s match figures read 4-0-14-2. On a pitch which was hard and flat, on which batsmen could trust the bounce, Bumrah bowled the hard lengths and clocked good speeds regularly to keep the CSK batsmen in check; more than 90% of his deliveries were back of a length, and his average speed in the match read 141.7kph. The 25-year old bowled 13 dot balls and did not concede a single boundary in his spell.
Earlier, Deepak Chahar and Shardul Thakur returned combined figures of 8-1-63-5 for CSK. Both bowlers took some hit early on, but came back strongly to put their team in a good position.
Chahar, who had conceded 22 in his first two overs, finished with excellent figures of 3 for 26. Brought back into the attack to bowl the sixth over, he deceived Rohit Sharma, who edged a knuckle ball to the wicket-keeper, andcompleted the over without conceding a run. He came on to bowl the 19th over and picked up two wickets; he trapped Hardik Pandya in front of leg-stump with a full-length inswinger, and then had his cousin Rahul Chahar caught at mid-off.
Thakur (4-0-37-2) provided CSK with their first breakthrough when he landed a quick bouncer, which de Kock attempted to pull, but only managed to glove it to Dhoni behind the stumps. Thakur’s next wicket was that of Krunal Pandya, who was beaten for pace attempting to play a pull shot; the bowler called for the catch, ran several yards in his follow through and completed an excellent catch. Thakur had figures of 2 for 21 after three overs, before two Pollard sixes and four singles in his final over ruined his figures.
Brief Scores
Mumbai Indians: 149-8 (Kieron Pollard 41*, Deepak Chahar 3-26) defeated
Chennai Super Kings: 148-7(Shane Watson 80, JaspritBumrah 2-14) by 1 run.
Player of the Final
Jasprit Bumrah, for his spell of 4-0-14-2.
Season Awards
Orange Cap: David Warner
Purple Cap: Imran Tahir
Most Valuable Player: Andre Russell
Emerging Player: Shubman Gill

Sunday, 29 September 2019

Vivo IPL 2020 Points Table, Indian Premier League Points Table 2020

September 29, 2019 0
Vivo IPL 2020 Points Table, Indian Premier League Points Table 2020
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IPL Points Table 2020

If two teams have the same points, a particular team’s position on the Vivo IPL points table 2020 is decided by its Net Run rate (NRR). The NRR in any match is the average number of runs that a team scores per over, minus the average number of runs scored against it per over.
After 56 round-robin matches, the top four teams on the Vivo IPL 2020 Points Table will qualify for Qualifiers. A team gets 2 points for winning a match, while the loser gets no points. If the match is abandoned, both teams get a point each. If two teams have the same points, a particular team’s position on the IPL points table 2020 is decided by its Net Run rate (NRR). The NRR in any match is the average number of runs that a team scores per over, minus the average number of runs scored against it per over.

Indian Premier League Points Table 2020

Each team will be playing the other seven teams in a home and away format and the top 4 teams will qualify for the Playoffs. The Top 2 team will face each other in the first qualifier and the winner will get a direct entry to the final.
The Loser of the first qualifier will face the winner of the eliminator match (a match between the third-place team and the fourth-place team) that has been scheduled for Second Qualifier and the winner will qualify for the final. Once IPL 2020 start we will update the Vivo IPL 2020 Points Table here.

Vivo IPL 2020 Schedule

IPL is the most popular and competitive T20 tournament played at nine venues across 51 days in India and All the Cricket Fans from all around the world enjoy watching Indian Premier League. IPL has completed 12 years successfully in 2019 and Now Ready for Next Season of IPL 2020, If you are one of the biggest fans of IPL and looking to Download Vivo IPL Schedule PDF then you need to wait for some time because Official Schedule has not Released Yet. You can visit IPL website for all updates

IPL 2020 Time Table, Dates

Vivo IPL 2020 Schedule will be declared soon. Millions of cricket fans are eagerly waiting for upcoming Indian Premier League Season 13. Total 8 Teams will participate in this IPL T20 Tournament and each team will play 14 matches and Each and every match will be started in either 4.00pm or 8:00 pm only.
IPL Date TimeIPL TeamsVenue
23 March (8:00 PM)Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs. Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)Chennai
24 March (4:00 PM)Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)Kolkata
24 March (8:00 PM)Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Delhi Capitals (DC)Mumbai
25 March (8:00 PM)Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)Jaipur
26 March (8:00 PM)Delhi Capitals (DC) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)Delhi
27 Match (8:00 PM)Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)Kolkata
28 March (8:00 PM)Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Mumbai Indians (MI)Bangalore
29 March (8:00 PM)Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)Hyderabad
30 March (4:00 PM)Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) vs Mumbai Indians (MI)Mohali
30 March (8:00 PM)Delhi Capitals (DC) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)Delhi
31 March (4:00 PM)Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)Hyderabad
31 March (8:00 PM)Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)Chennai
1 April (8:00 PM)Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) vs Delhi Capitals (DC)Mohali
2 April (8:00 PM)Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)Jaipur
3 April (8:00 PM)Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)Mumbai
4 April (8:00 PM)Delhi Capitals (DC) vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)Delhi
5 April (8:00 PM)Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)Bangalore
6 April (4:00 PM)Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)Chennai
6 April (8:00 PM)Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) vs Mumbai Indians (MI)Hyderabad
7 April (4:00 PM)Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Delhi Capitals (DC)Bangalore
7 April (8:00 PM)Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)Jaipur
8 April (8:00 PM)Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)Mohali
9 April (8:00 PM)Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)Chennai
10 April (8:00 PM)Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)Mumbai
11 April (8:00 PM)Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)Chennai
12 April (8:00 PM)Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Delhi Capitals (DC)Kolkata
13 April (4:00 PM)Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)Mumbai
13 April (8:00 PM)Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)Mohali
14 April (4:00 PM)Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)Kolkata
14 April (8:00 PM)Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) vs Delhi Capitals (DC)Hyderabad
15 April (8:00 PM)Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)Mumbai
16th April (8:00 PM)Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)Mohali
17th April (8:00 PM)Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)Hyderabad
18th April (8:00 PM)Delhi Capitals (DC) vs Mumbai Indians (MI)Delhi
19th April (8:00 PM)Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)Kolkata
20th April (4:00 PM)Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Mumbai Indians (MI)Jaipur
20th April (8:00 PM)Delhi Capitals (DC) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)Delhi
21st April (4:00 PM)Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)Hyderabad
21st April (8:00 PM)Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)Bangalore
22nd April (8:00 PM)Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Delhi Capitals (DC)Jaipur
23rd April (8:00 PM)Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)Chennai
24th April (8:00 PM)Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)Bangalore
25th April (8:00 PM)Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)Kolkata
26th April (8:00 PM)Chennai Super Kings (CSK) vs Mumbai Indians (MI)Chennai
27th April (8:00 PM)Rajasthan Royals (RR) vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)Jaipur
28th April (4:00 PM)Delhi Capitals (DC) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)Delhi
28th April (8:00 PM)Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) vs Mumbai Indians (MI)Kolkata
29th April (8:00 PM)Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)Hyderabad
30th April (8:00 PM)Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Rajasthan RoyalsBangalore
1st May (8:00 PM)Chennai Super Kings vs Delhi CapitalsChennai
2nd May (8:00 PM) Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers HyderabadMumbai
3rd May (8:00 PM)Kings XI Punjab vs Kolkata Knight RidersMohali
4th May (4:00 PM)Delhi Capitals vs Rajasthan RoyalsDelhi
4th May (8:00 PM)Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Sunrisers HyderabadBangalore
5th May (4:00 PM)Kings XI Punjab vs Chennai Super KingsMohali
5th May (8:00 PM)Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight RidersMumbai
7th May (8:00 PM)Qualifier 1Chennai
8th May (8:00 PM)Qualifier 2Visakhapatnam
10th May (8:00 PM)EliminatorVisakhapatnam
12th May (8:00 PM)FINALHyderabad
This is the Previous Year IPL ScheduleVivo IPL 2020 Schedule will be updated soon Once released Officially. from last few days we have seen that many websites are sharing the fake Schedule of Vivo IPL 2020 which is yet not declared officially. So don’t believe in all fake sites.We are here to provide you all correct and true news regarding this years IPL.

Indian Premier League 2020 Schedule, Time Table PDF

Currently, there is no official news released about IPL 2020 Time Table, dates, Match List or Schedule. But We think it will going to announce very soon. As we all know IPL contested during March or April and May of every year. So, We can expect the IPL 2020 in this particular period of time. Once Official IPL 2020 Time Table, Dates Release we will notify you. So, don’t forget to Subscribe our Push Notification.

Vivo IPL 2020 Teams, Squads

Vivo IPL 2020
As per source. IPL Teams will remain the same in IPL 2020 Season Chennai Super Kings (CSK), Mumbai Indians (MI), Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH), Delhi Capitals (DC) Kings XI Punjab (KXIP), Rajasthan Royals (RR). but Player may change or add new players to Teams. So, the 2020 IPL Team Squads will update soon just after the Official Announcement of Vivo IPL 2020 Schedule & Team Squads.
Check out Previous Year details.
  • Chennai Super Kings
MS Dhoni (C), Suresh Raina, Deepak Chahar, KM Asif, Karn Sharma, Dhruv Shorey, Faf du Plessis, M Vijay, Ravindra Jadeja, Sam Billings, Mitchell Santner, David Willey, Dwayne Bravo, Shane Watson, Imran Tahir, Kedar Jadhav, Ambati Rayudu, Harbhajan Singh, N Jagadeesan, Shardul Thakur, Monu Kumar, Chaitanya Bishnoi, Mohit Sharma, Ruturaj Gaikwad
  • Delhi Daredevils
Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant, Prithvi Shaw, Amit Mishra, Avesh Khan, Harshal Patel, Rahul Tewatia, Jayant Yadav, Manjot Kalra, Colin Munro, Chris Morris, Kagiso Rabada, Sandeep Lamichhane, Trent Boult, Hanuma Vihari, Axar Patel, Ishant Sharma, Ankush Bains, Nathu Singh, Colin Ingram, Sherfane Rutherford, Keemo Paul, Jalaj Saxena, Bandaru Ayyappa, Shikhar Dhawan, Vijay Shankar, Shahbaz Nadeem.
  • Kings XI Punjab
KL Rahul, Chris Gayle, Andrew Tye, Mayank Agarwal, Ankit Rajpoot, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Karun Nair, David Miller and Ravichandran Ashwin, Moises Henriques, Nicholas Pooran, Varun Chakaravarthy, Sam Curran, Mohammad Shami, Sarfaraz Khan, Hardus Viljoen, Arshdeep Singh, Darshan Nalkande, Prabhsimran Singh, Agnivesh Ayachi, Harpreet Brar, Murugan Ashwin
  • Kolkata Knight Riders
Dinesh Karthik (C), Robin Uthappa, Chris Lynn, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Shubman Gill, Piyush Chawla, Kuldeep Yadav, Prasidh Krishna, Shivam Mavi, Nitish Rana, Rinku Singh, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Carlos Brathwaite, Lockie Ferguson, Nikhil Naik, Harry Gurney, Yarra Prithviraj, Joe Denly, Shrikant Mundhe
  • Mumbai Indians
Rohit Sharma (C), Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, Krunal Pandya, Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav, Mayank Markande, Rahul Chahar, Anukul Roy, Siddhesh Lad, Aditya Tare, Quinton de Kock, Evin Lewis, Kieron Pollard, Ben Cutting, Mitchell McClenaghan, Adam Milne, Jason Behrendorff, Lasith Malinga, Anmolpreet Singh, Barinder Sran, Pankaj Jaiswal, Rasikh Salam, Yuvraj Singh, Quinton De Kock
  • Rajasthan Royals
Ajinkya Rahane, Krishnappa Gowtham, Sanju Samson, Shreyas Gopal, Aryaman Birla, S. Midhun, Prashant Chopra, Stuart Binny, Rahul Tripathi, Ben Stokes, Steve Smith, Jos Buttler, Jofra Archer, Ish Sodhi, Dhawal Kulkarni, Mahipal Lomror, Jaydev Unadkat, Varun Aaron, Oshane Thomas, Shashank Singh, Liam Livinstone, Shubham Rajane, Manan Vohra, Ashton Turner, Riyan Parag
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore
Virat Kohli (C), AB de Villiers, Parthiv Patel, Yuzvendra Chahal, Tim Southee, Umesh Yadav, Navdeep Saini, Kulwant Khejroliya, Washington Sundar, Pawan Negi, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Moeen Ali, Mohammed Siraj, Colin de Grandhomme, Shimron Hetmyer, Devdutt Padikkal, Shivam Dube, Heinrich Klassen, Gurkeerat Singh, Himmat Singh, Prayas Ray Barman, Mandeep Singh
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad
Basil Thampi, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Deepak Hooda, Manish Pandey, T Natarajan, Ricky Bhui, Sandeep Sharma, Siddarth Kaul, Shreevats Goswami (wk), Khaleel Ahmed, Yusuf Pathan, Billy Stanlake, David Warner, Kane Williamson, Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi, Shakib Al Hasan, Jonny Bairstow, Wriddhiman Saha, Martin Guptill

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