IPL 2017: Tournament schedule undergoes minor adjustments due to Municipal elections in Delhi

The Indian Premier League (IPL) schedule has been revised owing to the Municipal elections in Delhi scheduled for 22 April.

PTI March 20, 2017 13:54:06 IST
IPL 2017: Tournament schedule undergoes minor adjustments due to Municipal elections in Delhi

New Delhi: The Indian Premier League (IPL) schedule has been revised owing to the Municipal elections in Delhi scheduled for 22 April.

Due to the elections, the home matches involving Delhi Daredevils, Mumbai Indians and the Rising Pune Supergiants have undergone minor changes.

IPL 2017 Tournament schedule undergoes minor adjustments due to Municipal elections in Delhi

Representative photo. Image courtesy: BCCI via Twitter

As per the current schedule, two matches were slated to held on 22 April: Delhi Daredevils against Mumbai Indians which starts at 4:00 PM in Delhi and the Rising Pune Supergiant against Sunrisers Hyderabad clash which begins at 8:00 PM in Pune.

With the revised schedule, Delhi will now host Mumbai Indians on 6 May and play their away game at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai at 8.00 PM on 22 April. Meanwhile, Pune Supergiants will play on the same day but their game against the Sunrisers has been pushed ahead to a 4.00 PM start.

The much-anticipated IPL will be played from 5 April to 21 May across a number of cities in India.

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