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IPL 2021: Here is the complete schedule of the remaining matches of IPL, know when will your favorite team clash

IPL 2021: आईपीएल के बचे मैचों का ये रहा पूरा शेड्यूल, जानिए आपकी पसंदीदा टीम कब किससे भिड़ेगी

In the current season of the Indian Premier League (IPL-2021), the thrill of the remaining matches will go up in the heads of the fans.

In the first leg, the team of Delhi Capitals topped the points table.

This year’s season of the Indian Premier League started from April 9, but after that the matches had to be stopped on May 2 due to Corona virus. A total of 29 matches were played in the league in this first phase. Of these, two teams i.e. Delhi Capitals and Punjab Kings took part in maximum eight matches each while the remaining six teams played seven matches each. In the points table, the Delhi team is at the top position by winning 6 out of 8 matches. Now the second phase of IPL-2021 (IPL-2021) is starting from September 19 and it will be organized in the United Arab Emirates. Now in the remaining 31 matches, you will get complete information in this news about which team will face which team when, where and at what time.

Delhi Capitals: Won 6 matches out of eight

– 22 September (Wednesday): Delhi vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 25 September (Saturday): Delhi v Rajasthan Royals, 3:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 28 September (Tuesday): Delhi v Kolkata Knight Riders, 3:30 pm, Sharjah
– 02 October (Saturday): Delhi v Mumbai Indians, 3:30 pm, Sharjah
– 04 October (Monday): Delhi v Chennai Super Kings, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 08 October (Friday): Delhi v Royal Challengers Bangalore, 7:30 pm, Dubai

Chennai Super Kings: Dhoni’s army returning to the rhythm

– 19 September (Sunday): Chennai v Mumbai Indians, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 24 September (Friday): Chennai vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 7:30 pm, Sharjah
– 26 September (Sunday): Chennai v Kolkata Knight Riders, 3:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 30 September (Thursday): Chennai vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 7:30 pm, Sharjah
– 02 October (Saturday): Chennai v Rajasthan Royals, 7:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– October 04 (Monday): Chennai vs Delhi Capitals, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 07 October (Thursday): Chennai v Punjab Kings, 3:30 pm, Dubai

Royal Challengers Bangalore: This time Virat will do something

– 20 September (Monday): Bangalore v Kolkata Knight Riders, 7:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 24 September (Friday): Bangalore vs Chennai Super Kings, 7:30 pm, Sharjah
– 26 September (Sunday): Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 29 September (Wednesday): Bangalore v Rajasthan Royals, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 03 October (Sunday): Bangalore v Punjab Kings, 3:30 pm, Sharjah
– 06 October (Wednesday): Bangalore vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 7:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 08 October (Friday): Bangalore vs Delhi Capitals, from 7:30 pm, Dubai

Mumbai Indians: Will Rohit’s army win a record sixth title?

– 19 September (Sunday): Mumbai vs Chennai Super Kings, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 23 September (Thursday): Mumbai vs Kolkata Knight Riders, 7:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 26 September (Sunday): Mumbai vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 28 September (Thursday): Mumbai vs Punjab Kings, 7:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 02 October (Saturday): Mumbai vs Delhi Capitals, 3:30 pm, Sharjah
– 05 October (Tuesday): Mumbai vs Rajasthan Royals, 7:30 pm, Sharjah
– 08 October (Friday): Mumbai vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 3:30 pm, Abu Dhabi

Rajasthan Royals: The champion for the first time is also laggy this time

– September 21 (Tuesday): Rajasthan v Punjab Kings, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 25 September (Saturday): Rajasthan v Delhi Capitals, 3:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 27 September (Monday): Rajasthan v Sunrisers Hyderabad, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 29 September (Wednesday): Rajasthan v Royal Challengers Bangalore, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 02 October (Saturday): Rajasthan v Chennai Super Kings, 7:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 05 October (Tuesday): Rajasthan v Mumbai Indians, 7:30 pm, Sharjah
– 07 October (Thursday): Rajasthan v Kolkata Knight Riders, 7:30 pm, Sharjah

Punjab Kings: Road to playoff not easy

– September 21 (Tuesday): Punjab vs Rajasthan Royals, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 25 September (Saturday): Punjab vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 7:30 pm, Sharjah
– 28 September (Tuesday): Punjab vs Mumbai Indians, 7:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 01 October (Friday): Punjab vs Kolkata Knight Riders, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 03 October (Sunday): Punjab vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 3:30 pm, Sharjah
– 07 October (Thursday): Punjab vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 3:30 pm, Dubai

Kolkata Knight Riders: Consistently poor game

– 20 September (Monday): Kolkata v Royal Challengers Bangalore, 7:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 23 September (Thursday): Kolkata v Mumbai Indians, 7:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 26 September (Sunday): Kolkata v Chennai Super Kings, 3:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 28 September (Tuesday): Kolkata vs Delhi Capitals, 3:30 pm, Sharjah
– 01 October (Friday): Kolkata v Punjab Kings, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 03 October (Sunday): Kolkata vs Sunrisers Hyderabad, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 07 October (Thursday): Kolkata vs Rajasthan Royals, 7:30 pm, Sharjah

Sunrisers Hyderabad: What happened to David Warner’s team

– 22 September (Wednesday): Hyderabad v Delhi Capitals, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 25 September (Saturday): Hyderabad v Punjab Kings, 7:30 pm, Sharjah
– 27 September (Monday): Hyderabad v Rajasthan Royals, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 30 September (Thursday): Hyderabad vs Chennai Super Kings, 7:30 pm, Sharjah
– 03 October (Sunday): Hyderabad v Kolkata Knight Riders, 7:30 pm, Dubai
– 06 October (Wednesday): Hyderabad vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, 7:30 pm, Abu Dhabi
– 08 October (Friday): Hyderabad v Mumbai Indians, 3:30 pm, Abu Dhabi

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