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India's most highly awaited cricketing event, the Indian Premier League is all set to bring the cricketing fervour in less than 3 weeks, and fans are waiting with bated breath to watch their favourite cricketers battle it out amongst one another. This is a time of boundless excitement for cricket fanatics across the country. While excitement levels run high, this season of the IPL, Season 14 will deviate slightly from the usual format of the tournament.

IPL Season 14 will commence on April 09, 2021. To start the tournament off, the 2X reigning champions Mumbai Indians will play against the Royal Challengers Bangalore in Chennai. The tournament will wrap up with the final taking place on May 30, 2021 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

Indian Premier League heads homeward

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Last year, in compliance with the COVID-19 norms, IPL Season 13 was, for the first time, held in venues outside India. The matches were played across three stadiums in the UAE. At the time, no audience were allowed in match stadiums.

Now, Indian Premier League is coming back home, but will only be played across 6 venues in the country. These are Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, and Mumbai. To avoid home advantage, no team is scheduled to play at their home venue.

Since we're at a very delicate stage with the COVID-19 situation, the BCCI confirmed that the tournament will begin behind closed doors, and a call on letting spectators in will be taken at a later stage.

The start of the IPL season not only marks an almost festive mood among us Indians, but also paves way for the IPL betting scene. This year, since a lot of the information cleared up only recently, it is hard to get an idea on IPL matches and Odds. However, there are a few websites which can help you out.

Once again, the title sponsor for the Indian Premier League is VIVO, the Chinese technology giant. Last year, owing to certain conflicts, the partnership was brought to a halt, but that has been resumed once again for IPL 2021.

VIVO Indian Premier League 2021 Season 14 Match Schedule:

DateMatch VenueTime
April 9, FridayMumbai Indians vs Royal Challengers BangaloreChennai7:30 PM
April 10, SaturdayChennai Super Kings vs Delhi CapitalsMumbai7:30 PM
April 11, SundaySunrisers Hyderabad vs Kolkata Knight RidersChennai7:30 PM
April 12, MondayRajasthan Royals vs Punjab KingsMumbai7:30 PM
April 13, TuesdayKolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai IndiansChennai7:30 PM
April 14, WednesdaySunrisers Hyderabad vs Royal Challengers BangaloreChennai7:30 PM
April 15, ThursdayRajasthan Royals vs Delhi CapitalsMumbai7:30 PM
April 16, FridayPunjab Kings vs Chennai Super KingsMumbai7:30 PM
April 17, SaturdayMumbai Indians vs Sunrisers HyderabadChennai7:30 PM
April 18, SundayRoyal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight RidersChennai3:30 PM
April 18, SundayDelhi Capitals vs Punjab KingsMumbai7:30 PM
April 19, MondayChennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan RoyalsMumbai7:30 PM
April 20, TuesdayDelhi Capitals vs Mumbai IndiansChennai7:30 PM
April 21, WednesdayPunjab Kings vs Sunrisers HyderabadChennai3:30 PM
April 21, WednesdayKolkata Knight Riders vs Chennai Super KingsMumbai7:30 PM
April 22, ThursdayRoyal Challengers Bangalore vs Rajasthan RoyalsMumbai7:30 PM
April 23, FridayPunjab Kings vs Mumbai IndiansChennai7:30 PM
April 24, SaturdayRajasthan Royals vs Kolkata Knight RidersMumbai7:30 PM
April 25, SundayChennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers BangaloreMumbai3:30 PM
April 25, SundaySunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi CapitalsChennai7:30 PM
April 26, MondayPunjab Kings vs Kolkata Knight RidersAhmedabad7:30 PM
April 27, TuesdayDelhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers BangaloreAhmedabad7:30 PM
April 28, WednesdayChennai Super Kings vs Sunrisers HyderabadDelhi7:30 PM
April 29, ThursdayMumbai Indians vs Rajasthan RoyalsDelhi3:30 PM
April 29, ThursdayDelhi Capitals vs Kolkata Knight RidersAhmedabad7:30 PM
April 30, FridayPunjab Kings vs Royal Challengers BangaloreAhmedabad7:30 PM
May 1, SaturdayMumbai Indians vs Chennai Super KingsDelhi7:30 PM
May 2, SundayRajasthan Royals vs Sunrisers HyderabadDelhi3:30 PM
May 2, SundayPunjab Kings Vs Delhi CapitalsAhmedabad7:30 PM
May 3, MondayKolkata Knight Riders vs Royal Challengers BangaloreAhmedabad7:30 PM
May 4, TuesdaySunrisers Hyderabad vs Mumbai IndiansDelhi7.30 PM
May 5, WednesdayRajasthan Royals vs Chennai Super KingsDelhi7.30 PM
May 6, ThursdayRoyal Challengers Bangalore vs Punjab KingsAhmedabad7.30 PM
May 7, FridaySunrisers Hyderabad v Chennai Super KingsDelhi7.30 PM
May 8, SaturdayKolkata Knight Riders v Delhi CapitalsAhmedabad3.30 PM
May 8, SaturdayRajasthan Royals v Mumbai IndiansDelhi7.30 PM
May 9, SundayChennai Super Kings v Punjab KingsBengaluru3.30 PM
May 9, SundayRoyal Challengers Bangalore v Sunrisers HyderabadKolkata7.30 PM
May 10, MondayMumbai Indians v Kolkata Knight RidersBengaluru7.30 PM
May 11, TuesdayDelhi Capitals v Rajasthan RoyalsKolkata7.30 PM
May 12, WednesdayChennai Super Kings v Kolkata Knight RidersBengaluru7.30 PM
May 13, ThursdayMumbai Indians v Punjab KingsBengaluru3.30 PM
May 13, ThursdaySunrisers Hyderabad v Rajasthan RoyalsKolkata7.30 PM
May 14, FridayRoyal Challengers Bangalore v Delhi CapitalsKolkata7.30 PM
May 15, SaturdayKolkata Knight Riders v Punjab KingsBengaluru7.30 PM
May 16, SundayRajasthan Royals v Royal Challengers BangaloreKolkata3.30 PM
May 16, SundayChennai Super Kings v Mumbai IndiansBengaluru7.30 PM
May 17, MondayDelhi Capitals v Sunrisers HyderabadKolkata7.30 PM
May 18, TuesdayKolkata Knight Riders v Rajasthan RoyalsBengaluru3.30 PM
May 19, WednesdaySunrisers Hyderabad v Punjab KingsBengaluru3.30 PM
May 20, ThursdayRoyal Challengers Bangalore v Mumbai IndiansKolkata7.30 PM
May 21, FridayKolkata Knight Riders v Sunrisers HyderabadBengaluru3.30 PM
May 21, FridayDelhi Capitals v Chennai Super KingsKolkata7.30 PM
May 22, SaturdayPunjab Kings v Rajasthan RoyalsBengaluru7.30 PM
May 23, SundayMumbai Indians v Delhi CapitalsKolkata3.30 PM
May 23, SundayRoyal Challengers Bangalore v Chennai Super KingsKolkata7.30 PM
May 25, TuesdayQUALIFIER 1Ahmedabad7.30 PM
May 26, WednesdayELIMINATORAhmedabad7.30 PM
May 28, FridayQUALIFIER 2Ahmedabad7.30 PM
May 30, SundayFINALAhmedabad 7.30 PM
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