VIVO Indian Premier League 2018: Tickets, Team Info & More!
The biggest cricket league in the world is back! The best of T20 cricket - the VIVO IPL 2018! Read on for what to expect in 2018, and of course, where to get your hands on tickets!
Season 11 is here!
Cricket fans, unite - the yearly carnival of sixes, wily bowling and stupendous fielding is back, and what a first few days we've seen so far! The phenomenon called the Indian Premier League has begun, and there's a lot to look forward to. After a hard-fought Season 10, Mumbai Indians won their third title after a thriller of a match against neighbours Rising Pune Supergiants, by a solitary run. Season 11 has a lot to live up to and if the first set of games are any indication, we're in for a great season! One thing that fans will definitely look forward to is the return of two of the tournament's most beloved teams - Rajasthan Royals (the perpetual underdogs who won the first ever edition) and Chennai Super Kings, who have two titles and four runner-up titles.
Tickets to DD & Kings XI Punjab home games in VIVO IPL 2018
Insider.in is the official ticketing partner for the home matches of the two franchises! Ticketing updates will be mentioned here as and when they are out.
Click below to visit the home pages of the two teams!
Click below for details on the rest of the teams!
The squads, the support staff, the individual schedules, and of course, links to tickets.
VIVO IPL 2018 Schedule
Matches marked in bold are those whose tickets are / will be available on Insider, and will be updated with links soon. For a more detailed schedule with results, mini-scores and man-of-the-match details, click here.
- April 7, MI vs CSK, 8 p.m., Mumbai (CSK won by 1 wicket)
- April 8, KXIP vs DD, 4 p.m., Mohali (KXIP won by 6 wickets)
- April 8, KKR vs RCB, 8 p.m., Kolkata (KKR won by 4 wickets)
- April 9, SRH vs RR, 8 p.m., Hyderabad (SRH won by 9 wickets)
- April 10, CSK vs KKR, 8 p.m., Chennai (CSK won by 5 wickets)
- April 11, RR vs DD, 8 p.m., Jaipur (RR won by 10 runs)
- April 12, SRH vs MI, 8 p.m., Hyderabad (SRH won by 1 wicket)
- April 13, RCB vs KXIP, 8 p.m., Bengaluru (RCB won by 4 wickets)
- April 14, MI vs DD, 4 p.m., Mumbai (DD won by 7 wickets)
- April 14, KKR vs SRH, 8 p.m., Kolkata (SRH won by 5 wickets)
- April 15, KXIP vs CSK, 8 p.m., Mohali (KXIP won by 4 runs)
- April 16, KKR vs DD, 8 p.m., Kolkata (KKR won by 71 runs)
- April 17, MI vs RCB, 8 p.m., Mumbai (MI won by 46 runs)
- April 18, RR vs KKR, 8 p.m., Jaipur (KKR won by 7 wickets)
- April 19, KXIP vs SRH, 8 p.m., Mohali (KXIP won by 15 runs)
- April 20, CSK vs RR, 8 p.m., Chennai (CSK won by 64 runs)
- April 21, KKR vs KXIP, 4 p.m., Kolkata (KXIP won by 9 wickets)
- April 22, SRH vs CSK, 4 p.m., Hyderabad (RCB won by 4 wickets)
- April 22, RR vs MI, 8 p.m., Jaipur (RR won by 3 wickets)
- April 23, DD vs KXIP, 8 p.m., Delhi
- April 24, MI vs SRH, 8 p.m., Mumbai
- April 25, RCB vs CSK, 8 p.m., Bengaluru
- April 26, SRH vs KXIP, 8 p.m., Hyderabad
- April 27, DD vs KKR, 8 p.m., Delhi
- April 28, CSK vs MI, 8 p.m., Chennai
- April 29, RR vs SRH, 4 p.m., Jaipur
- April 29, RCB vs KKR, 8 p.m., Bengaluru
- April 30, CSK vs DD, 8 p.m., Chennai
- May 1, RCB vs MI, 8 p.m., Bengaluru
- May 2, DD vs RR, 8 p.m., Delhi
- May 3, KKR vs CSK, 8 p.m., Kolkata
- May 4, KXIP vs MI, 8 p.m., Indore
- May 5, CSK vs RCB, 4 p.m., Chennai
- May 5, SRH vs DD, 8 p.m., Hyderabad
- May 6, MI vs KKR, 4 p.m., Mumbai
- May 6, KXIP vs RR, 8 p.m., Indore
- May 7, SRH vs RCB, 8 p.m., Hyderabad
- May 8, RR vs KXIP, 8 p.m., Jaipur
- May 9, KKR vs MI, 8 p.m., Kolkata
- May 10, DD vs SRH, 8 p.m., Delhi
- May 11, RR vs CSK, 8 p.m., Jaipur
- May 12, KXIP vs KKR, 4 p.m., Indore
- April 21, DD vs RCB, 8 p.m., Delhi
- May 12, RCB vs DD, 8 p.m., Bengaluru
- May 13, MI vs RR, 8 p.m., Mumbai
- May 14, KXIP vs RCB, 8 p.m., Indore
- May 15, KKR vs RR, 8 p.m., Kolkata
- May 16, MI vs KXIP, 8 p.m., Mumbai
- May 17, RCB vs SRH, 8 p.m., Bengaluru
- May 18, DD vs CSK, 8 p.m., Delhi
- May 19, RR vs RCB, 4 p.m., Jaipur
- May 20, DD vs MI, 4 p.m., Delhi
- May 20, CSK vs KXIP, 8 p.m., Chennai
- May 22, Qualifier 1, 8 p.m., Mumbai
- May 23, Eliminator, 8 p.m., TBC
- May 25, Qualifier 2, 8 p.m., TBC
- May 27, Final, 8 p.m., Mumbai
What's new this season?
Every season has something new to look forward to, and this one is no different.
- This will be the first season with Umpire Decision Referral System (UDRS), and it will be interesting to see how teams use it!
- One thing fans will look forward to the most is the return of two teams - Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals. While their own fans will be ecstatic, other teams' fans will be looking forward to them as well, since they've always played excellent cricket and have been involved in some of the tournament's best games!
- Interestingly, teams can retain of a maximum of five players from the 2017 squads - of which maximums of 3 capped (played an international match for home country) Indian players, 2 overseas players and 2 uncapped Indian players can be retained. What this essentially means is - there will be a lot of new faces, and the squads will be different from what you've seen in Season 10.
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