IPL 2020

IPL 2020: When and Where Will Be The Final Match, IPL T20 Battle To Begin on March 29


IPL 2020: The special date has been announced for the Indian Premier League (IPL), India’s most popular T20 league. At the same time, the curtain has also been raised from the matter on where the final match of IPL 2020 will be played. In a meeting chaired by BCCI President Sourav Ganguly in Mumbai, it was decided that the final match of the 13th season would be played at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium on 24 May.


The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Sourav Ganguly, said on Monday that the final match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be played in Mumbai. The title match of the 13th season of the IPL 2020, which starts on March 29, will be played in Mumbai on May 24.

Also, in the meeting on Monday, the Governing Council of the IPL decided not to change the timing of the matches. Accordingly, the second match of the day will start at 8 pm. There was a lot of pressure to start these matches from 7:30 pm, but the Governing Council has refused to change it.

However, there was speculation earlier that the final match of the next season of the IPL could be played in Ahmedabad. Apart from this, an All-Stars game will also be played among all the top international players before the IPL starts for the charity.

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly | Image: India Today

Speaking to reporters after the IPL Governing Council meeting, Ganguly said, “There will be no change in the timing of IPL night matches.” There was a discussion in the IPL Governing Council about starting the matches at 7:30 pm, but that is not going to happen. He also stated that only five doubleheaders (4 pm and 8 pm) matches will be played.

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The matches on the night of the tournament will start at 8 pm in their own time. There was speculation that the final match of the IPL would be played at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Gujarat, although now this has come to an end.

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