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This work of Rohit will get the reward of IPL for Mumbai

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All the fans are eagerly waiting for IPL 2022 and now their wait is going to be over soon. On the previous day, the BCCI has released the complete schedule and all the fans have come to know that on which day their team is going to be made. The BCCI has officially announced the schedule which was as expected, CSK and KKR will take on each other in their first match getting held on 26th March this year. The much-awaited league will take on its first match at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai.

In a span of 65 days, a total of 74 matches will be played which will include 4 playoffs. However, not every team will play twice against every other team as we saw in the previous format. The new format changes are explained below.

A total of 12 double-headers will be played during the entire season, with Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals playing the first doubleheader on March 27th. The timing of the afternoon matches will be at 3:30 PM IST whereas for evenings it will be 7:30 pm (IST).

So, what will Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians need to do in order to name him the winner this year too?

Actually, it will be more important for Mumbai Indians to focus on the first two to three matches to win the IPL. The first match is with Delhi and the second match is with Royal Challengers Bangalore. If Mumbai’s team manages to win these two to three matches, then believe me the way forward will be very easy.

Once the Mumbai Indians team crosses the above-mentioned hurdle they will have to deal with other teams (weaker than CSK and MI) like Lucknow Super Giants, Gujarat Titans, and Rajasthan Royals. MI’s only place is to focus on CSK (Chennai Super Kings) because if they win over them in their two matches, it will be a clear path for Mumbai Indians, especially when it comes to the playoffs.

If the team only follows this, then there is a high chance for the team to win the season 6 times, which will again take Rohit Sharma a step ahead.

All the matches excluding the playoffs will be conducted at the four stadiums of Mumbai and Pune and their names areas:

  1. Wankhede Stadium
  2. MCA stadium
  3. Brabourne stadium        
  4. DY Patil Stadium

Mumbai’s Wankhede and DY Patil stadiums will have 20 matches each, while Mumbai’s Brabourne and Pune’s MCA stadiums will have 15-15 matches. Every team will have to play four matches each at DY Patil and Wankhede whereas the three matches each at MCA Stadium, Pune, and Brabourne, Mumbai.

From where can you see these matches?

The IPL match leagues will be live-streamed on Star Sports Channel however in order to watch the live stream, you can watch it on the Disney+Hotstar app.

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