Cricket News sort by IPL 2020

Chennai Super King’s batting mainstay Suresh Raina pulled out of IPL 2020 citing “personal reasons”. He has returned to India already. It was confirmed by the franchise’s official twitter account. It was also mentioned in the tweet that CSK offers complete support to Raina and his family during this time. Raina is the highest run getter for CSK and also the second highest run getter in IPL of all time, next to only Virat Kohli. He has amassed 5368 runs in IPL in twelve seasons of IPL so far.

In a shocking development earlier today, senior Chennai Super Kings batsman Suresh Raina has pulled out of IPL 2020 citing personal reasons. Now, according to a report in Dainik Jagran, his uncle has passed away following a midnight attack in their village in Pathankot. The same report also added that his aunt is critical.

In a massive scare for IPL 2020, at least 10 members of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) franchise have tested positive for Covid-19. The CSK contingent is currently in Dubai.

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain Virat Kohli on Monday warned his colleagues to follow the bio-secure bubble in IPL's first virtual meeting. The 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League will be a different experience for everyone as it will be played in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, devoid of the large crowds synonymous with the T20 league.

Regardless of the sport you follow, the past few months have been a really tough time for fans. We have seen events cancelled all over the world, and almost all of those that have been played since Covid-19 have been played behind closed doors with no fans

Fantasy cricket platform Dream 11 has bagged the prestigious Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 title sponsorship rights with a winning bid of Rs 222 crore. Dream 11 left behind Unacademy (Rs 171 crore) and Byju's (Rs 201 crore) to bag the rights for the annual cricketing bonanza. The deal between BCCI and Dream 11 will be in place from August 18 to December 31, 2020.

Most of the big Australian and England players are likely to miss the start of the Indian Premier League 2020 in the UAE as Cricket Australia and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) agreed to feature in a limited-overs series in England before the IPL.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has received approval from the Indian government to host the Indian Premier League (IPL) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), IPL governing council chairman Brijesh Patel confirmed.

In another twist to the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 saga, VIVO has pulled out as the title sponsor of this year’s edition, following the massive backlash on social media. On Sunday, BCCI announced that VIVO was retained as title sponsor as it was too late to look for a replacement. However, enraged fans took to social media and criticised the move citing the Galwan Valley clash between India and China, which killed 20 Indian soldiers.