IPL 2023

IPL 2023: Schedule/Teams/Players/Squad/Captain And Point Table

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What is the Indian Premier League?

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a professional Twenty20 cricket league in India that has gained immense popularity since its inception in 2008. Known for its high-energy matches and star-studded lineups, the IPL has become a global phenomenon, attracting top players from around the world.

IPL 2023: What’s In Store

The 2023 edition of the IPL promises to be yet another thrilling season, with fans eagerly anticipating the on-field action, strategic gameplay, and nail-biting finishes. As the countdown to the tournament begins, let’s take a closer look at what fans can expect from the upcoming IPL.

Star Players and Teams

The IPL is renowned for its powerhouse teams comprising both national and international cricketing icons. From the Mumbai Indians to the Chennai Super Kings, each team boasts a formidable lineup of players who bring their A-game to the field. With the player auctions and transfers adding new dimensions to the teams, the 2023 season is primed to showcase intense rivalries and remarkable performances.

Match Venues and Atmosphere

One of the unique aspects of the IPL is the electrifying atmosphere at the match venues. Whether it’s the iconic Wankhede Stadium or the lively Eden Gardens, each venue adds its own charm to the IPL experience. As fans gear up to witness the live action, the energy and excitement in the stadiums are set to reach new heights in 2023.

High-Stakes Encounters and Entertainment

The IPL is not just about cricket; it’s a complete entertainment package. From the thrilling encounters on the field to the star-studded opening ceremonies, the league never fails to captivate its audience. The 2023 season is expected to raise the bar even higher, offering fans an unparalleled blend of sports and entertainment.

Emerging Talent and Future Prospects

While established players take center stage, the IPL also serves as a platform for emerging talent to make a mark on the cricketing world. Young, promising players get the opportunity to showcase their skills alongside seasoned veterans, making each match a perfect blend of experience and potential.

About Indian Premier League 2023

  • T20 cricket or Twenty 20 cricket is more popular among cricket fans and it is the most watched format of all the formats of cricket in the World.
  • T20 cricket is played between two teams, where one of the teams will bat or bowl for 20 overs, and after that, the team will defend or chase the score.
  • The following team will win the match if they chase the score before 20 overs or if they defend their score before 20 overs.
  • T20 game is played within a short period, 20 overs are given to a team to bat or ball. This means the total match will be covered by 40 overs within two and a half hours, where each inning will be of 70 minutes with an official 10-minute break between the innings.
  • The Board Of Control for Cricket in India shortly known as BCCI established a professional twenty-20 cricket league known as the Indian Premier League or the IPL in 2007.
  • This cricket league soon became very popular all over India and the craze for t20 cricket among fans increased day after day soon IPL became the most-watched T-20 cricket league in India along all over the world.
  • A total of 8 teams compete with each other in this mega-competitive tournament. But from 2022 two new franchises are added and a total of 10 teams will compete with each other in this popular tournament, which makes the league more exciting and the competition will also increase.
  • The two new teams that were later added were Gujarat Titans (GT) and Lucknow Super Giants (LSG).
  • Gujarat Titans (GT) are the defending champions of this IPL. They are the first new team to lift the IPL trophy for the first time in IPL T20 (2023)
Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians are the two most successful team among the other teams.

The 10 teams who will compete with each other are given below-

  1. Chennai Super Kings
  2. Royal Challengers Bangalore
  3. Mumbai Indians
  4. Kolkata Knight Riders
  5. Sunrisers Hyderabad
  6. Rajasthan Royals
  7. Delhi Capitals
  8. Gujarat Titans
  9. Punjab Kings
  10. Lucknow Super Giants

Some Details Indian Premier League 2023

  • The 2023 Indian Premier League or more commonly IPL is the 16th version of the IPL.
  • Due to some sponsorship reasons, it is also known as Tata IPL 2023. In 2022 Tata group has replaced Chinese phone maker Vivo as the title sponsor for the Indian Premier League(IPL). Tata will be the title sponsor for the Indian Premier League for 2022-2023 and will pay BCCI Rupees 670 crore for the sponsorship rights.
  • According to previous data, IPL is going to start from the last week of March or from the first week of April and is more likely to end in the last week of May or the first week of June.
IPL 2023 has been scheduled between the 1st of April 2023 and 4th of June 2023 tentatively. The IPL schedule can be announced soon, the full schedule of the Indian Premier League has not yet been announced but it will soon announce. Keep your eyes on our website and on the official website of BCCI and IPL to know more about the latest news about IPL, and to know about the official released schedule of the Tata Indian Premier League 2023.
  • The 16th version of IPL or the IPL 2023 is going to be different than the previous IPL as there are many new changes in the game system, as new changes came up the tournament will be more exciting for the die-hard cricket fans out there. Fans are eagerly waiting to start the IPL.
  • There used to be 8 teams in IPL, but from 2022 onwards there will be 10 teams, so in IPL 2023 there will be 10 teams including Gujarat Titans the defending champions. Big cricketers from all over the world will participate in this major tournament.
  • This IPL season will be of 74 matches, where 70 matches will be group stage matches, two matches will be quarterfinals, one is the eliminator, and the other is the grand finale or the final match.
  • The IPL 2023 league structure is projected to have more games than the last season, which will be played in a double-round style at various sites across India rather than simply in Mumbai, Pune, and Ahmedabad.
  • As per the reports, the tournament will be carried on with a double round-robin format this time. In this format of game, each team will face another team two times in the league stage matches. In the end, the top 4 teams will qualify for the playoffs.

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Name of OrganizerBoard Of Control for Cricket in India(BCCI)
Tournament NameIndian Premier League Season-16
Starting DateApril 2023
Number of teams10
Current ChampionGujarat Titans(GT)
Official Websiteiplt20.com
IPL-T20 2023

IPL 2023 Team List

Gujarat Titans (GT) and Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) are the two new teams that were recently added to the IPL.

  1. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) (5 times Champions)
  2. Mumbai Indians (MI) (5 times Champions)
  3. Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)
  4. Punjab King (PBKS)
  5. Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)
  6. Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)
  7. Delhi Capitals (DC)
  8. Rajasthan Royals (RR)
  9. Lucknow Super Giants (LSG)
  10. Gujarat Titans (GT)

are the ten teams who will compete with each other.

Teams in the IPL can have a minimum of 18 and a maximum of 25 players, with a maximum of six overseas players. All the teams will have the opportunity to complete their squads on December 23, when the IPL mini-auction will begin.

Chennai Super Kings(CSK) Squad and Captain (5 Times Champions,2010/2011/2018/2021/2023)

CSK Skipper MS.Dhoni
Player NamePosition
MS DhoniCaptain. Right-handed wicketkeeper Batsman (IND)
Ambati RayuduBatsman (IND)
Deepak ChaharBowler (IND)
Devon ConwayBatsman (NZ)
Dwaine PretoriusBowler (SA)
Maheesh TheekshanaBowler (SL)
Matheesha PathiranaAll-rounder (ENG)
Mitchell SantnerBowler (NZ)
Moeen AliAll-Rounder (ENG)
Mukesh ChoudharyBowler (IND)
Prashant SolankiBowler (IND)
Rajvardhan HangargekarBatsman (IND)
Ravindra JadejaAll-Rounder (IND)
Ruturaj GaikwadBatsman (IND)
Shivam DubeAll Rounder (IND)
Simarjeet SinghBowler (IND)
Subhranshu SenapatiBatsman (IND)
Tushar DeshpandeBowler (IND)
Bhagath VarmaBatsman (IND)
Ajay MandalBatsman (IND)
Kyle JamiesonBowler (NZ)
Nishant SindhuBatsman (IND)
Shaik RasheedBatsman (IND)
Ben StokesAll Rounder (ENG)
Ajinkya RahaneBatsman (IND)

Mumbai Indians(MI) Squad and Captain (5 Times Champions,2013/2015/2017/2019/2020)

Mumbai Captain Rohit Sharma
Player NamePosition
Rohit SharmaCaptain. Batsman (IND)
Suryakumar YadavBatsman (IND)
Akash MadhwalBowler (IND)
Arjun TendulkarBowler (IND)
Dewald BrevisBatsman (RSA)
Hrithik ShokeenBowler (IND)
Ishan KishanWicket Keeper Batsman (IND)
Jason BehrendorffBowling (AUS)
Jasprit BumrahBowler (IND)
Jofra ArcherBowler (ENG)
Kumar Kartikeya SinghBowler (IND)
Mohd. Arshad KhanBowler (IND)
N. Tilak VarmaBatsman (IND)
Ramandeep SinghBowler (IND)
Tim DavidBatsman (ENG)
Tristan StubbsBatsman (RSA)
Raghav GoyalBowler (IND)
Nehal WadheraBatting (IND)
Shams MulaniBowler (IND)
Vishnu VinodBatsman (IND)
Duan JansenBowler
Piyush ChawlaBowler (IND)
Jhye RichardsonBowler (AUS)
Cameron GreenBatsman (AUS)

Royal Challengers Bangalore(RCB) Squad and Captain (Don’t have any trophy)

RCB Captain Faf du plessis
Player NamePosition
Faf Du PlessisCaptain. Batsman (RSA)
Virat KohliBatsman (IND)
Akash DeepBowler (IND)
Anuj RawatBatsman (IND)
David WilleyBowler (ENG)
Dinesh KarthikWicket-keeper Batsman (IND)
Finn AllenBatsman (NZ)
Glenn MaxwellBatsman (AUS)
Harshal PatelBowler (IND)
Josh HazlewoodBowler (AUS)
Karn SharmaBowler (IND)
Mahipal LomrorBatsman (IND)
Mohammed SirajBowler (IND)
Rajat PatidarBatsman (IND)
Shahbaz AhamadBowler (IND)
Siddharth KaulBowler (IND)
Suyash PrabhudessaiBatsman (IND)
Wanindu HasarangaBowler (SL)
Sonu YadavBatsman (IND)
Avinash SinghBowler (IND)
Rajan KumarBowler (IND)
Manoj BhandageBatsman (IND)
Will JacksBowler (ENG)
Himanshu SharmaBowler (IND)
Reece TopleyBowler (ENG)

Kolkata Knight Riders(KKR) Squad and Captain (One time champion, 2012)

Player NamePosition
Shreyas IyerCaptain. Batsman (IND)
Andre RussellAll Rounder (WI)
Anukul RoyBowler (IND)
Harshit RanaBowler (IND)
Lockie FergusonBowler (NZ)
Nitish RanaBatsman (IND)
Rahmanullah GurbazBatsman (AFG)
Rinku SinghBatsman (IND)
Shardul ThakurAll Rounder (IND)
Sunil NarineBowler (WI)
Tim SoutheeBowler (NZ)
Umesh YadavBowler (IND)
Varun ChakravarthyBowler (IND)
Venkatesh IyerBatsman (IND)
Shakib Al HasanAll Rounder (BAN)
Mandeep SinghBatsman (IND)
Litton DasBatsman (BAN)
Kulwant KhejroliyaBowling (IND)
David WieseBatsman (Namibia)
Suyash SharmaBowler (IND)
Vaibhav AroraBowler (IND)
N. JagadeesanBatsman (IND)

Delhi Capitals(DC) Squad and Captain (Don’t have any trophy)

Player NamePosition
Rishabh PantLeft-handed wicketkeeper Batsman (IND)
Aman KhanBowler (IND)
David WarnerCaptain. Batsman (AUS)
Anrich NortjeBowler (RSA)
Axar PatelBowler (IND)
Chetan SakariyaBowler (IND)
Kamlesh NagarkotiBowler (IND)
Kuldeep YadavBowler (IND)
Lalit YadavBowler (IND)
Lungisani NgidiBowler (RSA)
Mitchell MarshBatsman (AUS)
Mustafizur RahmanBowler (BAN)
Pravin DubeyBatsman (IND)
Prithvi ShawBatsman (IND)
Ripal PatelBatsman (IND)
Rovman PowellBatsman (WI)
Sarfaraz KhanBatsman (IND)
Syed Khaleel AhmedBowler (IND)
Vicky OstwalBowler (IND)
Yash DhullBatsman (IND)
Rilee RossouwBatsman (RSA)
Manish PandeyBatsman (IND)
Mukesh KumarBowler (IND)
Ishant SharmaBowler (IND)
Phil SaltBatsman (ENG)

Rishabh Pant encountered a car accident in December 2022. So he will not be a part of the team. So Devid Warner wi be the new Captain.

Sunrisers Hyderabad(SRH) Squad and Captain (2 times Champion,2009/2016)

Player NamePosition
Mayank AgarwalCaptain. Batsman (IND)
Harry BrookBatsman (ENG)
Adil RashidBowler (ENG)
Heinrich KlaasenBatsman (RSA)
Bhuvneshwar KumarBowler (IND)
Abdul SamadBowler (IND)
Abhishek SharmaBatsman (IND)
Aiden MarkramBatsman (RSA)
Fazalhaq FarooqiBowler (AFG)
Glenn PhillipsBatsman (NZ)
Kartik TyagiBowler (IND)
Marco JansenBowler (RSA)
Rahul TripathiBatsman (IND)
T. NatarajanBowler (IND)
Umran MalikBowler (IND)
Washington SundarBowler (IND)
Mayank MarkandeBowler (IND)
Vivrant SharmaBatsman (IND)
Samarth VyasBatsman (IND)
Sanvir SinghBatsman (IND)
Upendra YadavBatsman (IND)
Mayank DagarBowler (IND)

Punjab Kings(PBKS) Squad and Captain (Don’t have any trophy)

Player NamePosition
Shikhar DhawanCaptain. Batsman (IND)
Shahrukh KhanBatsman (IND)
Rahul ChaharBowler (IND)
Arshdeep SinghBowler (IND)
Harpreet BrarBowler (IND)
Raj Angad BawaBatsman (IND)
Prabhsimran SinghWicket-keeper Batsman (IND)
Rishi DhawanBowler (IND)
Jitesh SharmaBatsman (IND)
Baltej Singh DhandaBowler (IND)
Atharva TaideBatsman (IND)
Liam LivingstoneBatsman (ENG)
Kagiso RabadaBowler (RSA)
Jonny BairstowBatsman (ENG)
Nathan EllisBowler (AUS)
Bhanuka RajapakseBatsman (SL)
Shivam SinghBatsman (IND)
Mohit RatheeBowler (IND)
Vidwath KaverappaBowler (IND)
Harpreet BhatiaBatsman (IND)
Sikandar RazaBowler (ZIM)
Sam CurranAll Rounder (ENG)

Rajasthan Royals(RR) Squad and Captain (One-time Champion,2008)

Player NamePosition
Sanju SamsonCaptain. Batsman (IND)
Jos ButtlerWicket-keeper Batsman (ENG)
Devdutt PadikkalBatsman (IND)
Dhruv JurelBatsman (IND)
K.C CariappaBowler (IND)
Kuldeep SenBowler (IND)
Kuldeep YadavBowler (IND)
Navdeep SainiBowler (IND)
Obed MccoyBowler (WI)
Prasidh KrishnaBowler (IND)
R. AshwinBowler (IND)
Riyan ParagAll Rounder (IND)
Shimron HetmyerBatsman (WI)
Trent BoultBowler (NZ)
Yashasvi JaiswalBatsman (IND)
Yuzvendra ChahalBowler (IND)
Joe RootBatsman (ENG)
Abdul P ABatsman (IND)
Akash VashishtBatsman (IND)
Murugan AshwinBowler (IND)
KM AsifBowler (IND)
Adam ZampaBowler (AUS)
Kunal RathoreBatsman (IND)
Donovan FerreiraBatsman (RSA)
Jason HolderBowler (AUS)

Lucknow Super Giants(LSG) Squad and Captain (Don’t have any trophy)

LSG Captain Kl Rahul
Player NamePosition
KL RahulCaptain. Batsman (IND)
Avesh KhanBowler (IND)
Ayush BadoniBatsman (IND)
Deepak HoodaBatsman (IND)
K. GowthamBowler (IND)
Karan SharmaBowler (IND)
Krunal PandyaAll Rounder (IND)
Kyle MayersBowler (WI)
Manan VohraBatsman (IND)
Marcus StoinisAll Rounder (AUS)
Mark WoodBowler (ENG)
Mayank YadavBowler (IND)
Mohsin KhanBowler (IND)
Quinton De KockWicket-keeper Batsman (RSA)
Ravi BishnoiBowler (IND)
Yudhvir CharakBowler (IND)
Naveen-ul-HaqBowler (AFG)
Swapnil SinghAll Rounder (IND)
Prerak MankadBatsman (IND)
Amit MishraBowler (IND)
Daniel SamsBowler (AUS)
Romario ShepherdBowler (WI)
Yash ThakurBowler (IND)
Jaydev UnadkatBowler (IND)
Nicholas PooranBatsman (WI)

Gujarat Titans(GT) Squad and Captain (One-time Champion,2022)

Gujarat Captain all-rounder Hardik Pandya
Player NamePosition
Hardik PandyaCaptain. All Rounder (IND)
Rashid KhanBowler (AFG)
Abhinav SadaranganiBatsman (IND)
Alzarri JosephBowler (WI)
B. Sai SudharsanBatsman (IND)
Darshan NalkandeBowler (IND)
David MillerBatsman (RSA)
Jayant YadavBowler (IND)
Matthew WadeWicket-keeper Batsman (AUS)
Mohammad ShamiBowler (IND)
Noor AhmadBowler (AFG)
Pradeep SangwanBowler (IND)
R. Sai KishoreBowler (IND)
Rahul TewatiaBowler (IND)
Shubman GillBatsman (IND)
Vijay ShankarAll Rounder (IND)
Wriddhiman SahaWicket-keeper Batsman (IND)
Yash DayalBowler (IND)
Mohit SharmaBowler (IND)
Joshua LittleBowler (IRL)
Urvil PatelBatsman (IND)
Shivam MaviBowler (IND)
KS BharatWicket-keeper Batsman (IND)
Odean SmithBowler (WI)
Kane WilliamsonBatsman (NZ)

IPL 2023 Captain and Coach List

Royal Challengers BangaloreFaf du Plessis(South Africa)Sanjay Bangar
Chennai Super KingsMS Dhoni(India)Stephen Fleming
Rajasthan RoyalsSanju Samson(India)Kumar Sangakara
Mumbai IndiansRohit Sharma(India)Mark Boucher
Delhi CapitalsDevid Warner (AUS)Ricky Ponting
Punjab KingsShikhar Dhawan(India)Trevor Bayliss
Kolkata Knight RidersShreyas Iyer(India)Chandrakant Pandit
Lucknow Super GiantsKL Rahul(India)Gautam Gambhir
Gujarat TitansHardik Pandya(India)Ashish Nehra
Sunrisers HyderabadMayank Agarwal(India)Brian Lara
Captain and Coaches of the mentioned team in IPL 2023

IPL 2023: All Teams Coaches List And Their Salaries.

A good coach can change a game, and a great coach can change a life; this is an appropriate take on IPL coaches. Out of the 10 IPL franchises, many have kept their legacy through all these years. This legacy is not only due to the hard work of players but also to their supporting staff, who have played an important role in their team’s success. 

Many coaches have led their teams to successful title runs over all these years. The greatest of them is Stephen Fleming, who has left a long legacy for the CSK side. Many others, including Tom Moody, Mahela Jayawardene, Gary Kirsten, and Daniel Vettori, have proved that a good coach makes his players see what they can become rather than what they are. 

With a new season awaiting in 2023, many franchises are looking to start afresh with a new set of coaches, and supporting staff who can tutor them and guide them to improve their game quality.

1. Chennai Super Kings

Head Coach: Stephen Fleming 

  • Fleming has been appointed as the CSK coach since 2009 till the present day. Paid a salary of 3.5 crores.

Batting Coach: Michael Hussey

  • Hussey after stepping down as a player got appointed as the Batting coach and receives a salary of 3 crores.

Bowling Coach: Dwayne Bravo

  • CSK veteran and highest wicket-taker in IPL got appointed as CSK bowling coach post-retirement this year. Salary of 2.5 crores.

Other supporting staff members include Rajiv Kumar (field coach), Tommy Simsek (physio), and Greg King (physical trainer). 

Source: DNA India

2. Delhi Capitals

Head Coach: Ricky Ponting 

  • The Aussie veteran is no doubt one of the greatest cricketing brains in the world and DC have prospered under his guidance. Salary of 3.5 crores.

Bowling Coach: James Hopes

  • Hopes receive a salary of 2.2 crores for his services to the DC side.

Batting Coach/ Assistant Coach: Shane Watson 

  • Watson is an IPL veteran and he brings immense experience to the side, receiving a salary of 3.2 crores.

Other coaches include Biju George (fielding coach), Ajit Agarkar (assistant coach), Pravin Amre (assistant coach), and Sourav Ganguly (director of cricket).

3. Gujarat Titans

Head Coach: Ashish Nehra 

  • The experienced Indian pacer is both the head coach and the pace bowling coach for the Titans. Salary of 3.5 Crores.

Batting Coach and Mentor: Gary Kirsten

  • Known for his legendary coaching skills Kirsten is a great coach and has coached several national and franchise teams in the world. He earns a salary of 2.5 crores.

Other coaches include Vikram Solanki ( Director of Cricket), Abdul Naim, Mithun Manhas, and Narender Negi ( Assistant coaches), and Aasnish Kapoor ( Spin bowling coach and scout). Rohit Sawalkar ( Head physio), Gaurav Sharma ( Physio), Rajnikanth Sivagnanam( Strength & conditional coach) and Sandeep Raju (Performance analyst ).

Source: Twitter

4. Kolkata Knight Riders

Head coach: Chandrakant Pandit 

  • He was newly appointed as KKR’s head coach post-departure of Brendon McCullum. His salary is 3.4 crores

Batting Coach/ Assistant Coach: James Foster

  • KKR batting coach alongside being the team assistant coach receives 2.4 crores as salary.

Bowling coach: Bharat Arun

  • Part of the Knight Riders for quite a few years now, Arun gets paid 2.4 crores as a salary. 

Other coaches include Abhishek Nayar (Assistant coach), David Hussey (Mentor), Omkar Salvi (Assistant Bowling coach), Ryan ten Doeschate ( fielding coach) and Chris Donaldson ( Strength & Conditioning coach) 

5. Lucknow Super Giants

Mentor and Batting Coach: Gautam Gambhir

  • One of the most experienced and successful captains in the league, now leading his new franchise receives a remuneration of 3.5 crores.

Head Coach: Andy Flower

  • The overseas legend Heads the LSG coaching side and makes 2.5 Crores.

Bowling Coach: Andy Bichel

  • The Aussie star was part of the 2003 World Cup winning squad and now coaches the LSG side at a salary of 1.5 crores.

Other coaches include Vijay Dahiya ( Assistant coach), Richard Halsall ( Fielding coach), and Warren Andrews ( Strength and Conditioning coach).

Source: Hindustan Times

6. Mumbai Indians

Head Coach: Mark Boucher

  • He is newly appointed as MI’s head coach and this is his debut season as an IPL coach. His salary is 2.3 crores.

Batting Coach: Kieron Pollard 

  • Salary- 3.8 Crores. The MI veteran even after retirement, would look to continue his services for the Indians as their coach. 

Bowling Coach: Shane Bond

  • Part of the MI side for years now, Bond is the bowling head coach for MI at a salary of 3.5 Crores.

Other important support staff include Zaheer Khan ( Global Head of Cricket Development) and Mahela Jayawardene( Global Head of Performance). Others include James Pamment( fielding coach), Craig Govender( Physio), and Paul Chapman ( Strength and conditioning coach).

7. Rajasthan Royals

Director of Cricket / Mentor / Head Coach: Kumar Sangakara

  • The Sri Lankan legend and the world’s 2nd most successful batter in cricket history, who else can be a better head coach, a legendary cricketing brain added with calmness is a perfect find for mentorship. His salary is 3.5 Crores.

Batting coach: Amol Majumdar

  • The RR batting coach though doesn’t need to toil much in the star-studded batting lineup and earns up to 2.2 crores as salary.

Bowling Coach: Lasith Malinga

  • The legendary T20 bowling spearhead is considered the greatest in the shorter format over a long period. Slinga Malinga makes 2.8 crores as a bowling coach.

Other staff include Zubin Bharucha ( Development & performance director), Trevor Penney ( Assistant coach), and Dishant Yagnik ( Fielding coach).

Source: The Indian Express

8. Royal Challengers Bangalore

Head Coach: Sanjay Bangar

  • Previously part of the Indian cricket team, Bangar now coaches the Challengers for a salary of 3.2 crores.

Batting & Spin Coach: Sridharan Sriram

  • Part of the RCB unit for many years now receives a salary of 2.5 Crores.

Bowling coach: Adam Griffith

  • The RCB bowling coach gets a salary of 2.2 crores.

Other supporting staff include Mike Hesson( Director of Cricket), Malolan Rangarajan( Head of scouting and fielding coach), Evan Speechly ( Head Physio), and Basu Shanker ( Strength and conditioning coach).

9. Punjab Kings

Head Coach: Trevor Bayliss

  • After Anil Kumble stepped down as head coach, his assistant stepped into his shoes. Bayliss’ salary as of now is 4 crores.

Batting Coach: Wasim Jaffar

  • With a huge experience coaching the national side of Bangladesh and the domestic sides of Odisha. This is his second association with Punjab and he has a salary of 2.4 crores.

Bowling Coach: Charl Langeveldt

  • Newly appointed this year, the Protea had a salary of 2 crores.

Other staff include Brad Haddin( Assistant coach) who replaced Johnty Rhodes and Andrew Leipus ( Team Physio).

10. Sunrisers Hyderabad

Head Coach: Brian Lara

  • Windies legend Lara replaced Tom Moody this year as the SRH head coach and now earns a salary of 4 crores.

Batting and Assistant coach: Simon Helmot

  • SRH provides Helmot with a salary of 2.3 crores.

Bowling Coach: Dale Steyn ( Fast) and Muttiah Muralitharan ( Spin)

  • The two legends of modern-day cricket, are probably the best coaches for pace and spin in the world, Muralitharan is also the Strategic coach for SRH. Steyn’s salary is 3 Crores while Murali receives a salary of 3.2 Crores.

Other support staff include Hemang Badani( Fielding coach and scout), Theo Kapakoulakis (Physio), Mario Villavarayan (Physical Trainer), and Gaurav Sundararaman (Performance Analyst).


IPL 2023 will be played in 10 or more different cities in India. There will be a “home and away” concept in every match.

  1. M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
  2. Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi
  3. M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
  4. Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad
  5. Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai
  6. D Y Patil Sports Stadium in Mumbai
  7. Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali
  8. Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
  9. Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur
  10. Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad

IPL 2023 Tickets Online

Fans are eagerly waiting for IPL 2023. The ticket window for IPL 2023 will open in March of 2023. If you want to see your favorite player or your favorite team winning live with your eyes, then go and buy tickets to enjoy the live action.

You can buy the tickets physically from your nearby stadium’s association, where tickets will be sold at the ticket counter. Otherwise, you can check the official website of your favorite team, where tickets will be listed to sell at an authentic price. You can buy tickets from there also to taste the flavor of the IPL match.

TeamsOfficial Website
Chennai Super Kings (CSK)www.chennaisuperkings.com
Delhi Capitals (DC)www.delhicapitals.in
Lucknow Super Giants (LSG)www.lucknowsupergiants.in
Punjab Kings (PBKS)www.punjabkingsipl.in
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)www.kkr.in
Mumbai Indians (MI)www.mumbaiindians.com
Gujarat Titans (GT)www.gujarattitansipl.com
Rajasthan Royals (RR)www.rajasthanroyals.com
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)www.royalchallengers.com
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)www.sunrisershyderabad.in
Official Website of the respective teams in the IPL 2023

IPL 2023 Full Schedule and Way To The Finals

IPL Trophy

The 10 teams will be divided into two groups, Group A and group B. There will be 74 matches of which seventy league matches (each team will play fourteen matches), two quarterfinals, one eliminator, and one final match. The team that wins six matches usually qualifies for the semifinal and elimination stages of the tournament.

Suppose Mumbai Indians(MI) is in Group A, then Mumbai will play 2 group stage matches with the teams in Group A and 1 match with a team in Group B. Mumbai will also play 1 match with a randomly selected team in Group B. So in the end, it is basically for each team it is 14 league matches.

As per unofficial news, the 16th version of the IPL is likely to begin on the 1st of April 2023 and will end on the 4th of June 2023. The first match will be between Rajasthan Royals and the defending champions Gujarat Titans. Check our website we will update the full schedule as soon as the IPL official schedule will be announced by BCCI.

Here is the full schedule of the IPL 2023

#Date & TimeMatch TeamTime(IST)
131 MarchGT vs CSK7:30 PM
201 AprilPBSK vs KKR3:30 PM
301 AprilLSG vs DC7:30 PM
402 AprilSRH vs RR3:30 PM
502 AprilRCB vs MI7:30 PM
603 AprilCSK vs LSG7:30 PM
704 AprilDC vs GT7:30 PM
805 AprilRR vs PBKS7:30 PM
906 AprilKKR vs RCB7:30 PM
1007 AprilLSG vs SRH7:30 PM
1108 AprilRR vs DC3:30 PM
1208 AprilMI vs CSK7:30 PM
1309 AprilGT vs KKR3:30 PM
1409 AprilSRH vs PBKS7:30 PM
1510 AprilRCB vs LSG7:30 PM
1611 AprilDC vs MI7:30 PM
1712 AprilCSK vs RR7:30 PM
1813 AprilPBKS vs GT7:30 PM
1914 AprilKKR vs SRH7:30 PM
2015 AprilRCB vs DC3:30 PM
2115 AprilLSG vs PBKS7:30 PM
2216 AprilMI vs KKR3:30 PM
2316 AprilGT vs RR7:30 PM
2417 AprilRCB vs CSK7:30 PM
2518 AprilSRH vs MI7:30 PM
2619 AprilRR vs LSG7:30 PM
2720 AprilPBKS vs RCB3:30 PM
2820 AprilDC vs KKR7:30 PM
2921 AprilCSK vs SRH7:30 PM
3022 AprilLSG vs GT3:30 PM
3122 AprilMI vs PBKS7:30 PM
3223 AprilRCB vs RR3:30 PM
3323 AprilKKR vs CSK7:30 PM
3424 AprilSRH vs DC7:30 PM
3525 AprilGT vs MI7:30 PM
3626 AprilRCB vs KKR7:30 PM
3727 AprilRR vs CSK7:30 PM
3828 AprilPBKS vs LSG7:30 PM
3929 AprilKKR vs GT3:30 PM
4029 AprilDC vs SRH7:30 PM
4130 AprilCSK vs PBKS3:30 PM
4230 AprilMI vs RR7:30 PM
4301 MayLSG vs RCB7:30 PM
4402 MayGT vs DC7:30 PM
4503 MayPBKS vs MI7:30 PM
4604 MayLSG vs CSK3:30 PM
4704 MaySRH vs KKR7:30 PM
4805 MayRR vs GT7:30 PM
4906 MayCSK vs MI3:30 PM
5006 MayDC vs RCB7:30 PM
5107 MayGT vs LSG3:30 PM
5207 MayRR vs SRH7:30 PM
5308 MayKKR vs PBKS7:30 PM
5409 MayMI vs RCB7:30 PM
5510 MayCSK vs DC7:30 PM
5611 MayKKR vs RR7:30 PM
5712 MayMI vs GT7:30 PM
5813 MaySRH vs LSG3:30 PM
5913 MayDC vs PBKS7:30 PM
6014 MayRR vs RCB3:30 PM
6114 MayCSK vs KKR7:30 PM
6215 MayGT vs SRH7:30 PM
6316 MayLSG vs MI7:30 PM
6417 MayPBKS vs DC7:30 PM
6518 MaySRH vs RCB7:30 PM
6619 MayPBKS vs RR7:30 PM
6720 MayDC vs CSK3:30 PM
6820 MayKKR vs LSG7:30 PM
6921 MayMI vs SRH3:30 PM
7021 MayRCB vs GT7:30 PM

IPL 2023 Auction

The mini-auction for the IPL 2023 has been done in the previous year. According to ESPN Cricinfo the IPL 2023 mini auction was done on the 16th of December 2022 in Bangalore. Where every franchise strengthens its team by releasing players with poor forms and buying players who are hot in the market with great forms. Every team has properly used its purse budget and is satisfied with its team management.

Sam Curran was the highest bidder in the IPL 2023 mini-auction, who was picked by Punjab Kings(PBKS) for an eye-watering bid of 185 million Indian rupees ($2.26 million) following a bidding war with Chennai Super Kings(CSK).

Where to Watch IPL 2023

According to the latest reports, IPL 2023 will be broadcast separately on both TV and Digital platforms,  in this condition the list of retention and auction will be able to be seen on JIO Cinema Free

View Video About IPL 2023

Frequently Asked Questions About IPL 2023:

1. How many teams will play in IPL 2023?

10 teams will play in IPL 2023.

2. What are the two new teams in IPL 2023?

Gujarat Titans and Lucknow Super Giants are the two new teams in IPL 2023.

3. When will IPL 2023 begin?

IPL 2023 is tentatively scheduled for the end week of March or the first week of April.

4. What are the most successful teams in IPL history?

Chennai Super Kings(CSK) whose Captain is MS.Dhoni 5 times Champions and Mumbai Indians(MI) whose captain is Rohit Sharma 5 times champions are the most successful teams in IPL history.

5. Which team is the winner of the IPL 2022?

Gujarat Titans(GT) is the champion of the IPL 2022.

6. Where will be first match start?

The first match venue is Ahmedabad, Gujrat, GT Vs CSK

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