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IPL 2020: Know The Rules, Regulations, Streaming Partners And More!

By Abhas Sharma -
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  • 19th September 2020,
  • 9:33 PM

There are numerous ways to watch the exclusive Indian Premier League matches on the go. You need to have a digital cable, or Disney+Hotstar VIP subscription.

The 13th season of Indian Premier League 2020 will begin today. It will broadcast at 7:30 PM tonight. The tournament was originally scheduled for March 29, though it got delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. As many as eight teams are participating in the IPL 2020 series that will see a total of 60 cricket matches, with the first match taking place between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings later today. Just like past years, Star Sports is the official broadcaster for the IPL matches. Disney+ Hotstar, on the other hand, has been titled the “official digital streaming partner” for the tournament in India.

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NUMBER OF TEAMS

1.Kolkata Knight Riders
2. Delhi Capitals
3. Chennai Super Kings
4. Rajasthan Royals
5. Sunrisers Hyderabad
6. Mumbai Indians
7. Royal Challengers Bangalore
8. Kings XI Punjab

HOW TO STREAM IPL 2020 ONLINE?

The one can watch IPL 2020 on their mobile and on smart television by subscribing through Disney+Hotstar. The media streaming service is available through two different subscription models — Disney+ Hotstar Premium and Disney+ Hotstar VIP. The former is available at Rs. 299 a month or Rs. 1,499 a year, while the latter is provided at Rs. 399 a year. Customers with a credit card can get the Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription at a discounted price of Rs. 395. Similarly, Jio and Airtel are offering the annual subscription to Disney+ Hotstar VIP with their list of recharge plans.

SOME RULES AND REGULATIONS HAS A CHANGE.

There are number of rules that are going to change in order to play stress free of this Corona Pandemic.

1. Players will not allowed to use saliva to shine the ball.
2. All the matches will be played without an audience.
3. Captains will not Shake hands after the toss.
4. Front foot no-ball will be adjudicated by the third umpire rather than the on-field umpire.
5. Teams will be allowed replacements if a player test positive for COVID-19.
6. 21 cricketers from Australia and England will be quarantined for just 36 hours, instead of six days, after arriving from the England vs Australia series as they get allowance from Dubai Board of directors also.

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