IPL 2023 Schedule: Going to kick off from this date!

IPL 2023

Cricket fans are already eagerly anticipating the schedule, time, and match details for IPL 2023. As part of the 2022 IPL season, the BCCI introduced Gujarat Titans (GT) and Lucknow Super Glints (LSG). Therefore, IPL 2023 will feature ten teams, which will be the sixteenth season of the league. IPL 2023 will be sponsored by Tata Group as well, so it will be entitled as ‘TATA IPL 2023’.

Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals will face off at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium in the opening match of IPL 2023 on 25 March 2023. It is expected that either the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad or Eden Gardens Cricket Ground in Kolkata will host the finals on May 28.

IPL 2023 will also feature 74 league matches as well as playoffs and group stages similar to last year’s event. However, the proper update of IPL 2023 schedule, time and match details will be announced shortly. Be sure to mark these important dates on your calendar so you will be able to watch your favorite teams battle it out for the championship title.

This year’s Indian Premier League mini auction has come to an end. A number of great picks were made at the IPL 2023 mini auction. So this year IPL is full of entertainment and surprises. Brace yourself to experience the moment.

IPL 2023

Top things to look out for ahead of IPL 2023 this year:

  1. Impact player rule

The Impact Player Rule will be considered for the first time this season. As per this rule, each team is required to list four substitutes other than their named playing XI at the toss. The captain is then free to select any one of them as their Impact Player. An impact player can be drafted before an innings starts, after an over concludes, and during a wicket fall if a batter retires. The bowling side will not be allowed to bowl the remaining balls of the over if an Impact Player is introduced in the middle of an over.

  1. The home and way format has return

The home and away format will return to the IPL in 2023. Even though COVID-19 drove the tournament out of India last year, the league stage was entirely held in Maharashtra before the final matches were played in Kolkata and Ahmedabad. It appears that the flu pandemic is under control this year, so the traditional home and away format will be back this year.

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