The focus will be on swords in West Indies and Australia, but some of the lesser-known youngsters may pull out with big deals at the IPL Player Auction in Kolkata on Thursday, as franchises are expected to limit their spending.The thirteenth edition of the lucrative franchise league will have additional significance because 2020 is the year of the T20 World Cup.With 14 years and 350 days, Noor Ahmed from Afghanistan has become the youngest name in the auction group. The left-arm chinaman, with a base price of Rs 30 lakh, can join players such as Rashid Khan and Mohammed Nabi to play in the prominent Super League.Noor has been impressive in the recently-launched U19 series against India, where he picked up nine wickets.Among the young Indians, the first player in Mumbai, Yashasvi Jaiswal and Priyam Garg, who lead the U-19 World Cup team in India, will be watched with the spinning of Tamil Nadu, the left arm Tamil Nadu, R Sai Kishore pacemaker from Bengal, Ishan Porel. All have a base price of Rs 20 lakh.For the stars, Shimron Hetmyer, the 22-year-old West Indies hitter who was launched by Royal Challengers Bangalore before the auction, already presented himself with a century from 85 balls in the first ODI vs India in Chennai.The Guyanese southpaw, who has a base price of Rs. 50 lakh, scored the most in the previous T20I series: 120 in three games with a hit rate of 151.89.After buying him at a whopping price of Rs. 4.2 crore last year, Royal Challengers Bangalore allowed batsmen to attack in 2019 IPL.But with three cards available for the right to match, RCB can still exercise the option to keep the player in the model.However, with a larger portfolio, other franchises will target Hetmyer at the first-time auction in Kolkata.Kesrick Williams, from the West Indies, is also expected to set a medium rhythm, which had upset the captain of India Virat Kohli as he is in the T20 International series, offering an intense offer at a base price of Rs 50 lakh.The limited money in a portfolio of most franchises may mean that the bid will not be particularly aggressive for those with a higher base rate.The auction includes five Australians: Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Chris Lynn, Mitchell Marsh and Glenn Maxwell. The five, along with South Africa's Del Steyn and Sri Lanka Angelo Matthews, are in the top group of Rs. 2 crores.Australian cricket players participating in the World Cup chose not to participate in the 2019 auction, but this time they registered their names keeping in mind the T20 World Cup at home in October.While Mitchell Starc has chosen not to participate this year, it is very likely that Maxwell, Cummins, Hazlewood and Lyn would be considered top players.After hopping two years in a row, Cummins can be a good deal. He had an impressive season for 2017 with 15 wickets at a strike rate of 18.46.However, it remains to be seen how Del Steen and Angelo Matthews will do at a high base price of Rs 2 crore.Steyn was not sold at the previous IPL auction, but Royal Cha Challengers Bangalore agreed to replace Nathan Coulter-Nile. This was not good, as he had an injury that excluded him from the World Cup.Upon entering the auction, RCB off-loaded Hetmyer, Marcus Stoinis, and Colin de Grandhomme along with nine other players. They are probably the busiest among the teams to fill 10-12 spaces.With the likes of Tim Southee, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazelwood at stake, it will be interesting to see how they'll do it with Rs. 27.90 crore in their portfolio.Among the Indians, Robin Uthappa, former Kolkata Knight Riders vice-captain, who was released by his winning team at IPL, maintained his base price at Rs. 1.5 crores.Currently leading Kerala state on the national circuit, Uthappa has recorded 139 runs in six T20 national championships for Mushtaq Ali Trophy, and it remains to be seen whether the 34-year-old has found any takers.KKR also released Piyush Chawla, and he is among the four bowlers who collected 150 wickets in IPL. The leg-spinner fixture, in addition to the Yusuf Pathan, bears a price tag of Rs 1 crore.Indian test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari, at a base price of Rs 50 lakh, also enter the tender area. Pujara was not sold last year, while Vihari was released by Delhi Capitals.As for the teams, Kings XI Punjab, who is aiming for an elusive title, has the most money to brag about, Rs. 42.70 crore, and is expected to make an extensive offer.With its rocky top arrangement, KXIP looks very dependent on Mohammed Shami as a quick bowling option. They can search for a spinner to fill the void left by Captain R Ashwin's exit.Funds with franchises:CSK: Rs 14.60 crore, Delhi Capitals: Rs 27.85 crore, KXIP: Rs 42.70 crore, KKR: Rs 35.65 crore, MI: Rs 13.05 crore, RR: Rs 28.90 crore, RCB: Rs 27.90 crore, SRH: Rs 17 crore.Read More: Vivo IPL 2020 Schedule: Full Schedule Of VIVO IPL 2020,IPL Schedule,Time Table,Fixture,Team Squad,Dates,Venues,Point Table,Live Match,Tickets
Aussie players made merry, raking in the big bucks at the IPL 2020 players’ auction in Kolkata on Thursday. In a fierce competition between eight franchises, struggling to collect the best possible teams, Australians emerged as the most dominant number.Of the 338 players who fell under the hammer, 62 were sold at the auction table in Kolkata. The Eight franchises combined spent Rs 140.3 crore with Australian cricketers such as Pat Cummins and Glenn Maxwell attracting big deals.In the list of the most expensive five players at the auction, three were Australians.Below is a list of the five major purchases at the IPL 2020 Auction.Pat Cummins (Bought by KKR for Rs 15.50 Crore)Pacer Pat Cummins was the subject of the conversation in the city, as he became the most expensive foreign purchase in the history of IPL. Cummins got a massive offer of Rs. 15.50 crore from twice-winner Kolkata Knight Riders when they broke the previous record for Ben Stokes, which Rising Pune Supergiant bought for Rs. 14.5 crore at the 2017 auction. After a fierce three-way war of rivalries, KKR surpassed Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore to buy the number one test bowler in the world.Cummins was part of the Kolkata team in 2014 and 2015 and played for the last time in the Delhi Capital in 2017. The Mumbai Indians picked him up in the following season, but was excluded with a back injury."I thought he was the best player of the auction as a cricketer, he's grown, his body has become robust. He is now the vice-captain of the Australia cricket team, which is a mark of his development. Wonderful to secure a world-class player," said Brendon McCallum, KKR coach after buying Cummins.Glenn Maxwell (Bought by Kings XI Punjab for Rs 10.75 Crore)Glenn Maxwell's international break didn't bother because of the mental health difficulties, as they struggled to buy expensive offroads. It ended up with Maxwell receiving Rs. 10.75 crore, becoming the second most expensive purchase at the auction and would represent KingsXI Punjab in the next 2020 IPL release. Maxwell recently returned from break and is currently playing with the stars of Melbourne in the Big Bash League.Chris Morris (Bought by RCB for Rs 10 Crore)In one of the great surprises of the auction, the South African realist Chris Morris was taken over by Royal Challengers Bangalore for a large sum of Rs 10 crore. With a base price of Rs 1.5 crore, Morris made big profits, as the franchises were looking for a powerful and impressive all-rounder. Rajasthan Royals showed initial interest in buying Morris, but then RCB and Kings XI Punjab got into a bidding war when RR remained behind. When the numbers suddenly increased, the Mumbai Indians also threw their hat into the ring, but the RCB finally packed Morris for a whopping sum of Rs 10 crore.Sheldon Cottrell (Bought by Kings Xi Punjab for Rs 8.5 Crore)The major cricket show "Cottrell Salute" will feature in the next release, as the left pacemaker attracted first-time buyers at IPL. Astonishing performance in the shortest format for Windies helped him catch the attention of the franchise when they went to the auction war. Finally, the Kings XI Punjab won a three-way battle that also included the Delhi Capitals and the Rajasthan Royals. The Punjab-based franchise had to spend Rs 8.5 crore to purchase the Cottrell, making him the fourth-highest auction purchase."Very happy to have Cottrell on board," said Ness Wadia, owner at KXIP.Nathan Coulter-Nile (Bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 8 Crore)Australian Nathan Coulter-Nile completed the list of the five main purchases at the IPL 2020 auction, after Indian defenders Mumbai Indians purchased him for Rs. 8 crores. In a fierce battle with runner-up Chennai Super Kings last year, MI had to pay a large sum to take over Western Australian. After a great international year followed by some good performances in the domestic circuit, Coulter-Nile caught the headlines at the auction.Read More: Vivo IPL 2020 Schedule: Full Schedule Of VIVO IPL 2020
Indian Premier League (IPL) is a 20-20 professional cricket league in India that is contested during March or April and May every year by eight teams representing eight different cities in India. The league is established by the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) in the year 2008. The Indian Premier League has an exclusive window for ICC Future Tours.The IPL is the busiest cricket league in the world, and in 2014 it was ranked sixth in terms of average attendance among all sporting leagues. In 2010, IPL became the first sporting event in the world to be broadcast live on YouTube. The brand value of IPL in 2019 was 475 billion (US $ 6.7 billion), according to Duff & Phelps.) According to BCCI, the 2015 IPL season contributed 11.5 billion (US $ 160 million) to the economy's Indian GDP.There have been twelve IPL Championship seasons. The current IPL holders are the Mumbai Indians, who won the 2019 season. The 2020 season's venue has moved due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic; The games will now take place in the United Arab Emirates from September 19 to November 10.Dream11 IPL 2020 LocationThe new 2020 IPL scheduling date has been published, and the 13th edition of the IPL Championship will be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). IPL 2020 has been scheduled between 19 September 2020 to 10 November 2020. The opening match of IPL 2020 will be held between Mumbai Indians (MI) vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on September 19, 2020 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The 2020 IPL Final will be played on November 10, 2020.The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) got the final approval from the Government of India to transfer the IPL 2020 to the UAE. The ruling IPL team has also decided to start day's matches at 3.30pm UAE time (2:00 PM UAE time) and afternoon matches at 7.30 PM India time (6.00 PM UAE time). Dream11 won IPL Title 2020 sponsorship for Rs 222 crore. Please note that BCCI has been seeking a new title sponsor as part of VIVO Out of IPL this year 2020. BCCI has announced CRED as Official IPL Partner for 3 years from IPL 2020 to IPL 2022.LOGOThe Indian Premier League (IPL), Thursday, revealed its motto for the upcoming 2020 season with title sponsors Dream11. IPL shared the logo as a story on their Instagram account with the hashtag "# Dream11IPL".The Mumbai Indians Defenders Champions also shared the logo on their Instagram account. They said in legend: "Now we're guarding, # Dream11IPL."Dream11 emerged as the 2020 IPL highest bidder on Tuesday. Indeed, BCCI's partner, Dream11, stepped up on the Byju and Unacademy educational technology platforms to win the race.According to sources, Dream11 wanted to get a three-year agreement with IPL, but the board was not "interested". "BCCI said this would be a one-year contract, but Dream11 wanted to get it for three years. Dream11 offered 222 million rupees for this year, 240 million rupees for the next year and 240 million rupees for the third year." . The sources said.“But BCCI said that after the Covid-19 pandemic has passed, they are expected to get a good amount next year, so they cannot commit to the future. The council also said that if Vivo retires again, then Dream11 will get first preference.SPONSERSThe Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry announces Dream11 as the main sponsor of IPL 2020The IPL Board of Directors has announced Dream11 as the new main sponsor of the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League. Dream11 (Sporta Technologies Pvt. Ltd) is an Indian company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra.Dream11's association with the sport has grown over the years and currently participates in a total of 19 sporting federations along with 6 franchises from the Indian Premier League.IPL President Brigis Patel said: “We welcome the Dream11 program on board as the main sponsor of the 2020 edition of the IPL. Dream11 Upgrading your affiliation from official partner to major sponsors is a great testament to the IPL brand. Dream11 as a fictional sports brand is only going to increase IPL's engagement with its fans. "A discussion took place and this is the reason for the postponement of the official announcement. But now everything has been settled and both of them have agreed for one year only. The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry could issue the statement soon," the source added.SCHEDULENew IPL 2020 Schedule, IPL 2020 Schedule in UAE, Fixtures, Team, Venue, Time Table, PDF download, Point Table, Ranking & Winning Prediction. Match NoMatch CenterDateDayTime India (IST)Time UAEVenuue1Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)19 September 2020Saturday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI2Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)20 September 2020Sunday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI3Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)21 September 2020Monday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI4Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)22 September 2020Tuesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH5Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)23 September 2020Wednesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI6Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)24 September 2020Thursday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI7Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)25 September 2020Friday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI8Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)26 September 2020Saturday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI9Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)27 September 2020Sunday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH10Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)28 September 2020Monday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI11Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)29 September 2020Tuesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI12Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)30 September 2020Wednesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI13Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)01 October 2020Thursday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI14Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)02 October 2020Friday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI15Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)03 October 2020Saturday3:30 PM IST2:00 PM UAEABU DHABI16Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)03 October 2020Saturday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH17Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)04 October 2020Sunday3:30 PM IST2:00 PM UAESHARJAH18Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)04 October 2020Sunday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI19Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)05 October 2020Monday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI20Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)06 October 2020Tuesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI21Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)07 October 2020Wednesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI22Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)08 October 2020Thursday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI23Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)09 October 2020Friday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH24Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)10 October 2020Saturday3:30 PM IST2:00 PM UAEABU DHABI25Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)10 October 2020Saturday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI26Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)11 October 2020Sunday3:30 PM IST2:00 PM UAEDUBAI27Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)11 October 2020Sunday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI28Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)12 October 2020Monday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH29Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)13 October 2020Tuesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI30Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)14 October 2020Wednesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI31Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)15 October 2020Thursday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH32Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)16 October 2020Friday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI33Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)17 October 2020Saturday3:30 PM IST2:00 PM UAEDUBAI34Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)17 October 2020Saturday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH35Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)18 October 2020Sunday3:30 PM IST2:00 PM UAEABU DHABI36Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)18 October 2020Sunday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI37Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)19 October 2020Monday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI38Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)20 October 2020Tuesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI39Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)21 October 2020Wednesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI40Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)22 October 2020Thursday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI41Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)23 October 2020Friday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH42Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)24 October 2020Saturday3:30 PM IST2:00 PM UAEABU DHABI43Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)24 October 2020Saturday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI44Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Chennai Super Kings (CSK)24 October 2020Sunday3:30 PM IST2:00 PM UAEDUBAI45Rajasthan Royals (RR) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)25 October 2020Sunday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI46Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)26 October 2020Monday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH47Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) Vs Delhi Capitals (DC)27 October 2020Tuesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI48Mumbai Indians (MI) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)28 October 2020Wednesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI49Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)29 October 2020Thursday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI50Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)30 October 2020Friday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI51Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)31 October 2020Saturday3:30 PM IST2:00 PM UAEDUBAI52Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Vs Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)31 October 2020Saturday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH53Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Vs Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)01 November 2020Sunday3:30 PM IST2:00 PM UAEABU DHABI54Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Vs Rajasthan Royals (RR)01 November 2020Sunday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEDUBAI55Delhi Capitals (DC) Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)02 November 2020Monday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAEABU DHABI56Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) Vs Mumbai Indians (MI)03 November 2020Tuesday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAESHARJAH57Qualifier-1TBDTBD7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAETBD58EliminatorTBDTBD7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAETBD59Qualifier-2TBDTBD7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAETBD60FINAL10 November 2020Sunday7:30 PM IST6:00 PM UAETBD SQUADSChennai Super Kings 2020 Team SquadPlayer NameCountryMS Dhoni (C)IndiaSuresh RainaIndiaKedar JadhavIndiaRavindra JadejaIndiaDwayne BravoWest IndiesKarn SharmaIndiaShane WatsonAustraliaShardul ThakurIndiaAmbati RayuduIndiaHarbhajan SinghIndiaMurali VijayIndiaFaf du PlessisSouth AfricaImran TahirSouth AfricaDeepak ChaharIndiaLungisaniNgidiSouth AfricaMitchell SantnerNew ZealandKM AsifIndiaJagadeesan NarayanIndiaMonu SinghIndiaRuturaj GaikwadIndiaRoyal Challengers Bangalore 2020 Team SquadPlayer NameCountryVirat Kohli (C)IndiaAB de VilliersSouth AfricaYuzvendra ChahalIndiaShivam DubeIndiaUmesh YadavIndiaWashington SundarIndiaNavdeep SainiIndiaMohammed SirajIndiaMoeen AliEnglandParthiv PatelIndiaPawan NegiIndiaGurkeerat SinghIndiaDevduttPadikkalIndiaAnkit RajpootIndiaDelhi Capital 2020 Team SquadPlayer NameCountryAjinkya RahaneIndiaRavichandran Ashwin (C)IndiaRishabh PantIndiaShreyas IyerIndiaShikhar DhawanIndiaAxar PatelIndiaKagiso RabadaSouth AfricaAmit MishraIndiaPrithvi ShawIndiaIshant SharmaIndiaAvesh KhanIndiaKeemo PaulWest IndiesHarshal PatelIndiaSandeep LamichhaneNepalMayank MarkandeIndiaMumabi Indians 2020 Team SquadPlayer NameCompanyRohit Sharma (C)IndiaHardik PandyaIndiaKrunal PandyaIndiaJaspritBumrahIndiaIshan KishanIndiaKieron PollardWest IndiesSuryakumar YadavIndiaQuinton de KockSouth AfricaLasith MalingaSri LankaRahul ChaharIndiaMitchell McClenaghanNew ZealandAnmolpreet SinghIndiaJayant YadavIndiaAditya TareIndiaAnukul RoyIndiaSherfane RutherfordWest IndiesTrent BoultAustraliaDhawal KulkarniIndiaKolkata Knight Riders 2020 Team SquadPlayer NameCountrySunil NarineWest IndiesAndre RussellWest IndiesDinesh Karthik (C)IndiaKuldeep YadavIndiaNitish RanaIndiaKamlesh NagarkotiIndiaShivamMaviIndiaShubman GillIndiaLockie FergusonNew ZealandRinku SinghIndiaHarry GurneyEnglandPrasidh KrishnaIndiaSandeep Warrier[REP]IndiaSiddhesh LadIndiaRajasthan Royals 2020 Team SquadPlayer NameCountryBen StokesEnglandSteve SmithAustraliaSanju SamsonIndiaJofra ArcherEnglandJos ButtlerEnglandVarun AaronIndiaShashank SinghIndiaMahipalLomrorIndiaManan VohraIndiaRiyan ParagIndiaShreyas GopalIndiaMayank MarkandeIndiaRahul TewatiaIndiaKings XI Punjab 2020 Team SquadPlayer NameCountryKL RahulIndiaKarun NairIndiaMohammad ShamiIndiaNicholas PooranWest IndiesMujeeb ZadranAfghanistanChris GayleWest IndiesMandeep SinghIndiaMayank AgarwalIndiaHardus ViljoenSouth AfricaDarshan NalkandeIndiaSarfaraz KhanIndiaArshdeep SinghIndiaHarpreet BrarIndiaMurugan AshwinIndiaJagadeeshaSuchithIndiaKrishnappa GowthamIndiaSunrisers Hyderabad 2020 Team SquadDavid WarnerAustraliaManish PandeyIndiaRashid KhanAfghanistanBhuvneshwar KumarIndiaSiddarth KaulIndiaShahbaz NadeemIndiaVijay ShankarIndiaKane Williamson (C)New ZealandKhaleel AhmedIndiaSandeep SharmaIndiaJonny BairstowEnglandWriddhiman SahaIndiaMohammad NabiAfghanistanShreevats GoswamiIndiaBasil ThampiIndiaAbhishek SharmaIndiaBilly StanlakeAustraliaThangarasu NatarajanIndia PRIZE MONEY The Indian Premier League will see its prize money cut in half from the 2020 season onwards, and the economic slowdown has recently hit the country.According to The Times of India, BCCI has sent a circular to all IPL stakeholders, including eight franchises, stating that the Playoffs Permanent Fund has been reduced and that there will be no opening ceremony from this season.The board proposed a roughly 50% reduction in prize money for 2020, something the franchisees did not fully agree with. The winner will get 10 crores as prize, unlike last season when they got 20 crores. The second place winner will receive Rs 6.25 crore, and the third and fourth place teams will receive Rs 4,375 crore each.Additionally, the state associations will receive the same money per match as the perks, which is 1 cr per IPL match, according to TOI sources. Meanwhile, the report also indicated that starting from this season, foreign and international Indian players may be on loan.Also from IPL 2020 onwards, the car will be implemented without a ball. Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) will introduce a new protocol for automatic front / rear football. Tested in 2019 and during recent Kolkata Pink Ball test.The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry has also set new travel policies for its employees. Previously, more than three hours of flight would have resulted in a business class ticket for senior staff. But now they will have to travel in economy class if the hours are less than eight hours. TOI sources said that except for two or three high-ranking employees, the rule would apply to everyone.
RR vs SRH Dream11 IPL 2020 Prediction, Playing 11In another high-effort Indian Premier League match on Great Thursday, Rajasthan Royals Sunrisers Hyderabad will face Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Match No. 40. The royals led by Steve Smith are sixth in the standings with eight points and still have little chance to advance to the next round. On the other hand, SRH is one point six points below it and thus has four points to memorize. RR failed to shoot Chennai Super Kings (CSK). His tactic of demoting Jos Butler to fifth, however, managed to finish the match unbeaten at 70 and lead the team to victory. Ben Stokes, Sanjo Samson and Robin Uthapa should provide a good start, while the responsibility for turning them falls to Butler and Smith. Samson has been in decline since the first two games of the season and will be looking to improve his performance.RR captain Guofra Archer (39 wickets from 31 matches) will once again lead the reins and seek support from Stokes, who has yet to make a difference. The other players, Tiwatia, Shrias Gopal, Ankit Rajput and Kartik Tiyagi were too cheap for the ball against CSK. On the other hand, SRH is on the verge of losing a tipping point, and winning alone is what keeps them optimistic. The 2016 champions are based largely on the top four: Johnny Burstow, Warner, Manish Bundy and Ken Williamson. They still couldn't find a finisher in their middle order. It was this factor, along with Williamson's injury, that drove Warner down the standings in his previous match against the Kolkata Knight Riders. He ended up pushing the match into super.RR vs SRH Pitch And Toss ReportWith first-round average scores of 174, the Dubai International Cricket Stadium saw its fair share of excitement in IPL 2020. The Bolins succeeded in this place, with enough movement available off the field on the roof to keep them interested. Despite the dimensions of the playing field in their hands, the teams preferred to see outside the inaugural stage as the pacemakers dominated the center with a bowling swing.RR vs SRH Fantasy TipsJonny Bairstow, Priyam Garg, David Warner (VC), Jos Buttler, Steve Smith, Abdul Samad, Ben Stokes (C), Jofra Archer, Rashid Khan, Kartik Tyagi and T Natarajan.RR vs SRH Predicted Playing XIRajasthan Royals: Ben Stokes, Robin Uthappa, Sanju Samson (WK), Steve Smith (C), Jos Buttler, Riyan Parag, Rahul Tewatia, Jofra Archer, Shreyas Gopal, Ankit Rajpoot and Kartik Tyagi.Sunrisers Hyderabad: Jonny Bairstow (WK), David Warner (C), Kane Williamson/Mohammad Nabi, Priyam Garg, Manish Pandey, Abdul Samad, Vijay Shankar, Sandeep Sharma, Basil Thampi, Rashid Khan and T NatarajanRR vs SRH Full Squads Rajasthan Royals: Steve Smith (C), David Miller, Manan Vohra, Riyan Parag, Robin Uthappa, Shashank Singh, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Ben Stokes, MahipalLomror, Shreyas Gopal, Tom Curran, Anuj Rawat, Jos Buttler, Sanju Samson, Akash Singh, Andrew Tye, Aniruddha Joshi, Ankit Rajpoot, Jaydev Unadkat, Jofra Archer, Kartik Tyagi, Mayank Markande, Oshane Thomas, Rahul Tewatia, Varun Aaron.Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner (C), Jonny Bairstow, Kane Williamson, Manish Pandey, ShreevatsGoswaRR, Virat Singh, Priyam Garg, WriddhimanSaha, Abdul Samad, Vijay Shankar, Mohammad Nabi, Rashid Khan, Jason Holder, Abhishek Sharma, B Sandeep, Sanjay Yadav, Fabian Allen, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Khaleel Ahmed, Sandeep Sharma, Shahbaz Nadeem, Siddharth Kaul, Billy Stanlake, T Natarajan, Basil Thampi.Read More About- Match 39- KKR VS RCB