The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League will kick off at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium with the teams of 2019 IPL final between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. The final of the tournament will also be held at the Wankhede on 24th May.
The biggest change in the IPL schedule is the removal of doubleheaders on Saturdays. All six doubleheaders in this edition of the IPL have been scheduled on Sundays. The tournament is six days lengthier as compared to IPL 2019 and will go on for 50 days, with the league phase ending on May 17 and the final taking place on 24th May.