Watch IPL Live Streaming 2020, Schedule, Venues, Teams, Broadcasting TV Channels, Live Scores

VIVO IPL Live Streaming 2020: The IPL (Indian Premier League) is a professional Cricket league of India. It is contested in the months of March to May every year. The total number of teams participating in the leagues are 8 and there names are based on either names of states or the names of capitals of different States. The league was founded by BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) in the year 2008 and it was the first professional T20 Cricket league in the world.



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About Indian Premier League (IPL)

Country India
Conducting Body BCCI
First Edition 2008
Latest Edition 2019
Next Edition 2020
Format T20
Total Teams 8
Format of League Double Round Robin and playoffs
Defending champions Mumbai Indians
Most Titles Mumbai Indians
Most Runs Virat Kohli (India) (5412)
Most Wickets Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka) (170)

Till now 12 editions of the league has been conducted and the most successful team is Mumbai Indians with 4 titles in the last 6 years i.e, in 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019. The defending champions are also Mumbai Indians. According to some cricket Pundits across the world the Mumbai Indians is the most decorated team amongst all the teams in the league.

This year the Indian Premier League is scheduled between 29th March, 2020 to 24th May, 2020. The opening game of the tournament this year will be played between the defending champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai super kings at Wankhede stadium (Mumbai, India).


IPL 2020 Schedule

IPL 2020 Schedule

The schedule for the 13th edition of VIVO IPL 2020 Fixture has been announced with the first match on 29th March, 2020 and the Final on 24th May, 2020. This year all the matches will be in night and there will be no double Fixtures on a single day. All the days will have only one match a day.

IPL 2020 Fixture: IPL Match Time Table, Date, Timing, Stadium, Venue

Date Match Time Stadium Venue
MAR 29, SUN MI vs CSK 8:00 PM Wankhede Mumbai
MAR 30, MON DC vs KXIP 8:00 PM Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
MAR 31, TUE RCB vs KKR 8:00 PM M.Chinnaswamy Bengaluru
APR 1, WED SRH vs MI 8:00 PM R.G.I. Cricket Hyderabad
APR 2, THUR CSK vs RR 8:00 PM M.A.Chidambaram Chennai
APR 3, FRI KKR vs DC 8:00 PM Eden Gardens Kolkata
APR 4, SAT KXIP vs SRH 8:00 PM PCA Mohali
APR 5, SUN MI vs RCB 4:00 PM Wankhede Mumbai
APR 5, SUN RR vs DC 8:00 PM Sawai Mansingh Jaipur/Guwahati
APR 6, MON KKR vs CSK 8:00 PM Eden Gardens Kolkata
APR 7, TUE RCB vs SRH 8:00 PM M.Chinnaswamy Bengaluru
APR 8, WED KXIP vs MI 8:00 PM PCA Mohali
APR 9, THUR RR vs KKR 8:00 PM Sawai Mansingh Jaipur/Guwahati
APR 10, FRI DC vs RCB 8:00 PM Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
APR 11, SAT CSK vs KXIP 8:00 PM M.A.Chidambaram Chennai
APR 12, SUN SRH vs RR 4:00 PM R.G.I. Cricket Hyderabad
APR 12, SUN KKR vs MI 8:00 PM Eden Gardens Kolkata
APR 13, MON DC vs CSK 8:00 PM Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
APR 14, TUE KXIP vs RCB 8:00 PM PCA Mohali
APR 15, WED MI vs RR 8:00 PM Wankhede Mumbai
APR 16, THUR SRH vs KKR 8:00 PM R.G.I. Cricket Hyderabad
APR 17, FRI KXIP vs CSK 8:00 PM PCA Mohali
APR 18, SAT RCB vs RR 8:00 PM M.Chinnaswamy Bengaluru
APR 19, SUN DC vs KKR 4:00 PM Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
APR 19, SUN CSK vs SRH 8:00 PM M.A.Chidambaram Chennai
APR 20, MON MI vs KXIP 8:00 PM Wankhede Mumbai
APR 21, TUE Rr vs SRH 8:00 PM Sawai Mansingh Jaipur
APR 22, WED RCB vs DC 8:00 PM M.Chinnaswamy Bengaluru
APR 23, THUR KKR vs KXIP 8:00 PM Eden Gardens Kolkata
APR 24, FRI CSK vs MI 8:00 PM M.A.Chidambaram Chennai
APR 25, SAT RR vs RCB 8:00 PM Sawai Mansingh Jaipur
APR 26, SUN KXIP vs KKR 4:00 PM PCA Mohali
APR 26, SUN SRH vs DC 8:00 PM R.G.I. Cricket Hyderabad
APR 27, MON CSK vs RCB 8:00 PM M.A.Chidambaram Chennai
APR 28, TUE MI vs KKR 8:00 PM Wankhede Mumbai
APR 29, WED RR vs KXIP 8:00 PM Sawai Mansingh Jaipur
APR 30, THUR SRH vs CSK 8:00 PM R.G.I. Cricket Hyderabad
MAY 1, FRI MI vs DC 8:00 PM Wankhede Mumbai
MAY 2, SAT KKR vs RR 8:00 PM Eden Gardens Kolkata
MAY 3, SUN RCB vs KXIP 4:00 PM M.Chinnaswamy Bengaluru
MAY 3, SUN DC vs SRH 8:00 PM Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
MAY 4, MON RR vs CSK 8:00 PM Sawai Mansingh Jaipur
MAY 5, TUE SRH vs RCB 8:00 PM R.G.I. Cricket Hyderabad
MAY 6, WED DC vs MI 8:00 PM Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
MAY 7, THUR CSK vs KKR 8:00 PM M.A.Chidambaram Chennai
MAY 8, FRI KXIP vs RR 8:00 PM PCA Mohali
MAY 9, SAT MI vs SRH 8:00 PM Wankhede Mumbai
MAY 10, SUN CSK vs DC 4:00 PM M.A.Chidambaram Chennai
MAY 10, SUN KKR vs RCB 8:00 PM Eden Gardens Kolkata
MAY 11, MON RR vs MI 8:00 PM Sawai Mansingh Jaipur
MAY 12, TUE SRH vs KXIP 8:00 PM R.G.I. Cricket Hyderabad
MAY 13, WED DC vs RR 8:00 PM Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi
MAY 14, THUR RCB vs CSK 8:00 PM M.Chinnaswamy Bengaluru
MAY 15, FRI KKR vs SRH 8:00 PM Eden Gardens Kolkata
MAY 16, SAT KXIP vs DC 8:00 PM PCA Mohali
MAY 17, SUN RCB vs MI 8:00 PM M.Chinnaswamy Bengaluru
MAY 18, MON Qualifier-1 8:00 PM Eden Gardens Kolkata
MAY 19, TUE Eliminator 8:00 PM M.Chinnaswamy Bengaluru
MAY 20, WED Qualifier-2 8:00 PM M.A.Chidambaram Chennai
MAY 24, SUN Final 8:00 PM Wankhede Mumbai

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VIVO IPL 2020 Venues & Stadiums

IPL Venues 2020

All the 8 teams in the IP 2020 league will play 7 home and 7 away games to qualify for the playoffs. All the IPL 2020 teams have there home stadiums and they are quite fantastic. Here’s the venue details of IPL 2020 Venues.

Team Stadium Capacity
Chennai super kings M.A. Chidambaram 50000
Delhi Capitals Arun Jaitley Stadium 41820
Royal Challengers Bangalore M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 40000
Sunrisers Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium 55000
Kolkata knight riders Eden Gardens 68000
Kings xi Punjab PCA Stadium 26000
Mumbai Indians Wankhede stadium 33108
Rajasthan royals Sawai Man Singh Stadium 30000

The home stadium of Kolkata knight riders i.e, Eden gardens is the second largest stadium in the world as per seating capacity. These all venues were selected by the respective state cricket boards.

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IPL Live Streaming 2020

How and Where to Watch IPL 2020 Live Streaming Online

Many Cricket fans across the world are waiting to know where they can watch IPL 2020 live streaming in there respective countries. The VIVO IPL live streaming 2020 will be broadcasted live on TV as well as various websites or apps in India online. The Indian fans can watch the VIVO IPL 2020 live on Star Sports Network on TV and on Hotstar app online.

IPL 2020 Live Broadcasting TV Channels


IPL 2020 Live Streaming Broadcasting TV Channels

List of TV channels Country wise who will broadcast VIVO IPL 2020 Live Telecast:

Countries IPL 2020 TV channels
India, Bhutan, Nepal Star Sports Network
UK and Ireland Sky sports Network
USA, Canada Willow TV, ESPN
Bangladesh Channel 9
Australia Fox sports
Afganistan Lemar TV
Malaysia Measat
South African Super Sports
Hongkong Now TV
Singapore Starhub, Eleven Sports
Carribian Islands Flow TV
Sri Lanka ESPN, Star Cricket
New Zealand Sky sports
Papua New Guinea EM TV

This year the ipl broadcasting is banned in Pakistan due to conflicts between India and Pakistan. Any league’s success depends on the viewership base of the league. Indian Premier League is very popular in each and every corner of the world.

In 2017, Star Sports Network won the Broadcasting rights for Broadcasting IPL tournament from 2018 to 2022. Star Sports will broadcast the tournament in 6 different languages Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Bengali on 10 channels of Star sports Network.

In Europe, South America, South East Asia and Australia Star sports Network has transferred the rights to yupp tv so that the Indians who live in those regions could easily watch the IPL event live. The official website of yupp tv is You can watch the tournament live on Smart TV, Smart phone, Gaming Console, Tablets, Laptops and Computers, etc.

In the UK, Sky sports Network will broadcast this competition by means of Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Mix channels, while in the USA, Willow TV has been granted to Media rights. In spite of the fact that the Pakistan players won’t have the option to play the competition to be held in the nation because of the contrasts between the two countries, they will be able to watch the tournament on the GEO Super Channel.

In Singapore, Eleven Sports computerized stage will show the whole competition for a monthly expense of $33.90 or by means of every day go for $2.99 every day. After the ninth of April, the bundle will cost $41.90. Conversely, digital TV administrator SingTel is broadcasting the competition.

So as IPL 2020 is going to commence, the broadcasters will trust that this competition is a greater accomplishment than any time in recent memory and their TRP and broadcasting rights go to another level that will likewise build their financial worth.

IPL Fan Parks in your city: Witness IPL arena like involvement with the organization of 1000’s of different fans all through IPL 2020. The matches will be shown on large screens. Entry is free and on a first-come first-serve basis. With access to nourishment and drinks and music, the fans will have the atmosphere to like they are in the stadiums. There will likewise be unique regions reserved for ladies and youngsters.

IPL 13 not just carries joy to the band of cricket sweethearts with its alluring idea. It additionally expedites a grin on the broadcasters face as well with a sincere guarantee of a goldmine.

The fans in India can also watch IPL 2020 live on various apps like- Thop TV, GHD Sports, Wow Sports, Hotstar and many more.

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IPL 2020 Teams Squads

VIVO IPL 2020 Teams

In the VIVO IPL 2020 Eight teams will participate as usual. The names of the IPL Teams 2020 are based on names of the states or the capitals of the states in India.

The IPL 2020 Teams are:

IPL2020-chennai-super-kings-logo-png Chennai super kings (CSK)
 IPL2020-Royal-Challengers-Bangalore-logo-png Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)
IPL2020-mumbai-indians-logo-png Mumbai Indians (MI)
IPL2020-kolkata-knight-riders-logo-png Kolkata knight riders (KKR)
IPL2020-rajasthan-royals-logo-png Rajasthan royals (RR)
IPL2020-Delhi-Capitals-logo-png Delhi Capitals (DC)
IPL2020-kings-xi-punjab-logo-png Kings XI Punjab (KXIP)
IPL2020-sunrisers-hydrabad-logo-png Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH)

Mumbai Indians is the defending champions and will look to win the title again. Only three teams have never won the IPL trophy and they are Royal Challengers Banglore, Delhi Capitals and Kings XI Punjab.

The most successful team is Mumbai Indians with 4 trophies followed by Chennai Super Kings with 3 titles and Kolkata Knight Riders with 2 titles. Rajasthan Royals and Sun Risers Hyderabad have won the titles once.


Indian Premier League All Seasons Champions:

IPL Winners From 2008 till 2019

Year Start Date End Date Winner Team Runner-Up Team Final Match Venue Player of the Series
2019 23-Mar-19 12-May-19 Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium Andre Russell
2018 07-Apr-18 27-May-18 Chennai Super Kings Sunrisers Hyderabad Wankhede Stadium Sunil Narine
2017 05-Apr-17 21-May-17 Mumbai Indians Rising Pune Supergiant Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium Ben Stokes
2016 09-Apr-16 29-May-16 Sunrisers Hyderabad Royal Challengers Bangalore M. Chinnaswamy Stadium Virat Kohli
2015 08-Apr-15 24-May-15 Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings Eden Gardens Andre Russell
2014 16-Apr-14 01-Jun-14 Kolkata Knight Riders Kings XI Punjab M. Chinnaswamy Stadium Glenn Maxwell
2013 03-Apr-13 26-May-13 Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings Eden Gardens Shane Watson
2012 04-Apr-12 27-May-12 Kolkata Knight Riders Chennai Super Kings M. A. Chidambaram Stadium Sunil Narine
2011 8 April 1011 28-May-11 Chennai Super Kings Royal Challengers Bangalore M. A. Chidambaram Stadium Chris Gayle
2010 12-Mar-10 25-Apr-10 Chennai Super Kings Mumbai Indians DY Patil Stadium Sachin Tendulkar
2009 18-Apr-09 24-May-09 Deccan Chargers Royal Challengers Bangalore Wanderers Stadium Adam Gilchrist
2008 18-Apr-08 01-Jun-18 Rajasthan Royals Chennai Super Kings DY Patil Stadium Shane Watson

Only Chennai Super Kings have been successful to win the league in two consecutive years in 2010 and 2011.


IPL 2020 All Teams Squads

IPL 2020 All Teams Squads

On 19th December, 2019 all the teams took part in Player Auction and 62 players were sold in all the teams. All the teams looked to strengthen there squads by purchasing good players. Before the Auction all the teams retained some players which means that they didn’t took part in the Player Auction.

For IPL 2021 there will be a full players Auction that means all the players will be sold in the auction and neither team can retain there players from this year’s edition.


Chennai Super Kings Squad 2020

Narayan Jagadeesan, MS Dhoni Suresh Raina
Ravindra Jadeja Kedar Jadhav Harbhajan Singh
Shane Watson Faf Du plesis Sai Kishore
KM Asif Josh Hazelwood Murali Vijay
Karan Sharma Piyush Chawla Ambati Rayudu
Imran Tahir Deepak Cahar Shardul Thakur
Mitchell Santner Dwayne Bravo Lungi Ngidi
Sam Curran Monu Kumar


Mumbai Indians Squad 2020

Rohit Sharma Suryakumar Yadav Quinton de kock
Jasprit Bumrah Hardik pandya Krunal Pandya
Sharfane Rutherford Chris Lynn Saurabh Tiwari
Lasith Malinga Dhawal Kulkarni Trent Boult
Mitchell McClellanagen Rahul Chahar Prince Balwant Rai Singh
Mohsin Khan Digvijay Deshmukh Jayant Yadav
Kieron Pollard Anukul Roy Nathan Coulter Nile
Ishan Kishan Aditya Tare


Royal Challengers Bangalore Squad 2020

Virat Kohli AB De Villiers Parthiv Patel
Chris Morris Moeen Ali Dale Steyn
Aaron Finch Yuzvendra Chahal Devdatt padikkal
Mohammad Siraj Umesh Yadav Navdeep Saini
Kane Richardson Isuru Udana Pawan Negi
Shivam Dube Pawan Desh Pandey Washington Sunder
Joshua Phillippe Shahbaz Aahmad


Delhi Capitals Squad 2020

Shikhar Dhawan Shreyas Iyer Rishabh pant
Prithvi Shaw Ajinkya Rahane Jason Roy
Ishant Sharma Amit Mishra Avesh Khan
Sandeep Lamichane Kagiso Rabada Keemo Paul
Mohit Sharma Axar Patel Lalit Yadav
Harshal Patel R Ashwin Marcus Stoinis
Chris Woakes Alex Carey Tushar Despande

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Rajasthan Royals Squad 2020

Steven Smith Ben Stokes Jos Buttler
Mahipal Lomror Riyan Parag Manan Vohara
Robin uthppa David Miller Ankit Rajpoot
Mayank Markande Jofra Archer Shreyas Gopal
Varun Aaron Jaydev Unadkat Kartik Tyagi
Akash Singh Oshane Thomas Andrew Tye
Rahul Tewatia Shashank Singh Yashasvi Jaiswal
Aniruddh joshi Tom Curran Sanju Samson
Anuj Rawat


Kings Xi Punjab Squad 2020

KL Rahul Chris Gayle Mayank Agarwal
Karun Nair Sharfaraz Khan Mandeep Singh
Sheldon Cottrell Ishan Porell Ravi Bishnoi
Mohammad Shami Glenn Maxwell Mujeeb ur Rehman
Arshdeep Singh Hardus Viljoen M Ashwin
J Suchith Harpreet brar Darshan Nalkande
James Neesham Chris Jordan Krishnappa Gautham
Deepak Hooda Tajinder Singh Dhillon Nicholas Pooran
Prabh Simran Singh


Sunrisers Hyderabad Squad 2020

Kane Williamson David Warner Johnny Bairstow
Manish Pandey Bhuvneshwar Kumar Siddharth Kaul
Virat Singh Khaleel Ahmed Priyam Garg
Abdul Samad Sandeep Sharma Billy Stanlake
Rashid Khan Mohammad Nabi T Natrajan
Abhishek Sharma Mitchell Marsh Fabian Allen
Vijay Shankar Sanjay Yadav Wriddhiman Saha
Sreevats Goswami Bavanka Sandeep Basil Thampi


Kolkata Knight Riders Squad 2020

Dinesh Karthik Andre Russell Pat Cummins
Harry Gurney Kamlesh Nagarkoti Kuldeep Yadav
Lockie Ferguson Nitish Rana Prasiddh Krishna
Rinku Singh Sandeep Warrier Shivam Mavi
Shubhman Gill Siddhesh Lad Sunil Narine
Eoin Morgan Varun Chakravarty Tom Banton
Rahul Tripathi Chris Green M Siddharth
Praveen Tambe Nikhil Naik

Australian players stood out as truly newsworthy with the greatest checks during the IPL 2020 Auction which occurred in Kolkata on December 19. Pat Cummins turned into the most costly Foreign player in the history of IPL in the wake of being purchased by the Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs 15.5 crore. The other Australian who became wildly successful was Glen Maxwell who was obtained by the Kings XI Punjab for an astounding entirety of Rs 10.75 crore. The take of the period could end up being Chris Lynn who was given up by Kolkata Knight Riders and was purchased by Mumbai Indians at his base cost of Rs 2 crore.

The player Auction for the IPL 2020 players and squads occurred on 19 December 2019 in Kolkata. There were an aggregate of 73 spaces to fill, moderately not exactly the past versions. There were 29 foreign spots to fill.

A sum of 62 players including 29 abroad players were sold in the closeouts for the 2020 IPL.

IPL Live Streaming 2020


Also See: IPL 2020 Auction: Complete list of sold, unsold players with their Price & Team