IPL 2022 Schedule: Everything You should know about Dream11 IPL Season 14

Dream11 IPL 2022 schedule: Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 start date, match list, date, time, fixtures, venues, new IPL teams and Players list.

The IPL 2022 edition is all set to take place from April 11 and will be concluded on June 5. The government also has decided to allow 50% fans in the stadium for IPL 2022. The defending champions Mumbai Indians is defending their title within five months of claiming IPL title against DC. The Indian Cricket Board is positive to hold the IPL 2022 schedule in India. BCCI has not yet confirmed the IPL 2022 time table, fixtures and venues.

This season, cricket fans might see some major changes for the upcoming season of IPL (Indian Premier League). According to reports, the BCCI might conduct the mega IPL auction 2022 before the start of the tournament. BCCI may introduce ninth team in the IPL 2022 from Gujarat or Pune.

IPL 2022 Schedule

The president of BCCI, Saurav Ganguly confirmed to host the IPL 2022 in India, However, all the things will depend on the status of the vaccine and health situation in India.

The IPL Governing Council may announce the schedule of the IPL 2022 season after the mega auction which is said to take place in January 2022. The season is likely to begin with a Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals match in April.

There is a possibility that the upcoming 14th edition of IPL will be held in India but at selected venues. Here are possible start and final match dates of IPL 2022 (not confirmed):

Start Date of IPL 2022: 11th April 2022

Final Date of IPL 2022: 5th June 2022

The league phase of IPL 2022 is scheduled to run across 46 days featuring double-headers matches. The first match of the double-headers to start at 3:30 PM IST while all the evening matches to start at 7:30 PM IST. BCCI is yet to release the IPL 2022 schedule, till then you can see the last season fixtures with dates, time and venues.

No.MatchesDateDayTime
1MUMBAI Vs CHENNAI19 SepSat7:30PM
2DELHI Vs PUNJAB20 SepSun7:30PM
3HYDERABAD Vs BANGALORE21 SepMon7:30PM
4RAJASTHAN Vs CHENNAI22 SepTue7:30PM
5KOLKATA Vs MUMBAI23 SepWed7:30PM
6PUNJAB Vs BANGALORE24 SepThu7:30PM
7CHENNAI Vs DELHI25 SepFri7:30PM
8KOLKATA Vs HYDERABAD26 SepSat7:30PM
9RAJASTHAN Vs PUNJAB27 SepSun3:30PM
10BANGALORE Vs MUMBAI28 SepMon7:30PM
11DELHI Vs HYDERABAD29 SepTue7:30PM
12RAJASTHAN Vs KOLKATA30 SepWed7:30PM
13PUNJAB Vs MUMBAI1 OctThu7:30PM
14CHENNAI Vs HYDERABAD2 OctFri7:30PM
15BANGALORE Vs RAJASTHAN3 OctSat3:30PM
16DELHI Vs KOLKATA3 OctSat7:30PM
17MUMBAI Vs HYDERABAD4 OctSun3:30PM
18PUNJAB Vs CHENNAI4 OctSun7:30PM
19BANGALORE Vs DELHI5 OctMon7:30PM
20MUMBAI Vs RAJASTHAN6 OctTue7:30PM
21KOLKATA Vs CHENNAI7 OctWed7:30PM
22HYDERABAD Vs PUNJAB8 OctThu7:30PM
23RAJASTHAN Vs DELHI9 OctFri7:30PM
24PUNJAB Vs KOLKATA10 OctSat3:30PM
25CHENNAI Vs BANGALORE10 OctSat7:30PM
26HYDERABAD Vs RAJASTHAN11 OctSun3:30PM
27MUMBAI Vs DELHI11 OctSun7:30PM
28BANGALORE Vs KOLKATA12 OctMon7:30PM
29HYDERABAD Vs CHENNAI13 OctTue7:30PM
30DELHI Vs RAJASTHAN14 OctWed7:30PM
31BANGALORE Vs PUNJAB15 OctThu7:30PM
32MUMBAI Vs KOLKATA16 OctFri7:30PM
33RAJASTHAN Vs BANGALORE17 OctSat3:30PM
34DELHI Vs CHENNAI17 OctSat7:30PM
35HYDERABAD Vs KOLKATA18 OctSun3:30PM
36MUMBAI Vs PUNJAB18 OctSun7:30PM
37CHENNAI Vs RAJASTHAN19 OctMon7:30PM
38PUNJAB Vs DELHI20 OctTue7:30PM
39KOLKATA Vs BANGALORE21 OctWed7:30PM
40RAJASTHAN Vs HYDERABAD22 OctThu7:30PM
41CHENNAI Vs MUMBAI23 OctFri7:30PM
42KOLKATA Vs DELHI24 OctSat3:30PM
43PUNJAB Vs HYDERABAD24 OctSat7:30PM
44BANGALORE Vs CHENNAI25 OctSun3:30PM
45RAJASTHAN Vs MUMBAI25 OctSun7:30PM
46KOLKATA Vs PUNJAB26 OctMon7:30PM
47HYDERABAD Vs DELHI27 OctTue7:30PM
48MUMBAI Vs BANGALORE28 OctWed7:30PM
49CHENNAI Vs KOLKATA29 OctThu7:30PM
50PUNJAB Vs RAJASTHAN30 OctFri7:30PM
51DELHI Vs MUMBAI31 OctSat3:30PM
52BANGALORE Vs HYDERABAD31 OctSat7:30PM
53CHENNAI Vs PUNJAB1 NovSun3:30PM
54KOLKATA Vs RAJASTHAN1 NovSun7:30PM
55DELHI Vs BANGALORE2 NovMon7:30PM
56HYDERABAD Vs MUMBAI3 NovTue7:30PM
Q1MUMBAI Vs DELHI5 NovThu7:30PM
ElimBANGALORE Vs HYDERABAD6 NovFri7:30PM
Q2DELHI Vs HYDERABAD8 NovSun7:30PM
FinalMUMBAI Vs DELHI10 NovTue7:30PM

The schedule for the IPL 2022 is expected to be out in the last week of January but it may get delayed due to auction and Coronavirus.

The T20 World Cup 2022 and Asia Cup 2022 are all set to take place this year after the IPL 2022 in India.

IPL 2022 Schedule

Venues for IPL 2022

The 2022 IPL season is said to be held in India but only at selected locations. So fans might get to see the live matches at few venues which would be much better than shifting the entire season outside the India.

The last season were played at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium (Abu Dhabi) and at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.

Here are all the possible venues for the upcoming season of the IPL 2022 schedule.

  1. M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (Chennai Super Kings)
  2. Feroz Shah Kotla (Delhi Capitals)
  3. IS Bindra Stadium (Kings XI Punjab)
  4. Eden Gardens (Kolkata Knight Riders)
  5. Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai Indians)
  6. Sawai Mansingh Stadium (Rajasthan Royals)
  7. M. Chinnaswamy Stadium (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
  8. Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium (Sunrisers Hyderabad)

Teams

The IPL 2022 schedule will have a total of nine teams competing in a round-robin format. The top four teams on the IPL points table will advance to the play-off to play the final and win the league title.

The nine IPL teams who are participating in this season are

  • Mumbai Indians (MI)
  • Chennai Super Kings (CSK)
  • Kings Eleven Punjab (KXIP)
  • Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)
  • Rajasthan Royals (RR)
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)
  • Delhi Capitals (DC)
  • TBA (Gujrat or Pune)

How to Watch IPL 2022 Live Telecast on TV or Online

All the matches of IPL 2022 are available on Star Sports in India and streaming online on Disney+ Hotstar. The rest of the country can look for the official participating streaming partners and IPL 2022 broadcasters.

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