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25 April 2018



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IPL 2018 Live Streaming: From Hotstar,Jio tv,idea tv,aitel tv, Apps To Watch T20 Matches On The Go

IPL 2018 Live Streaming: From Hotstar,jio tv,idea tv,airtel tv, Apps To Watch T20 Matches On The Go

  • ⏭Summer is here, and while some are worrying about the scorching heat, there are cricket fans that are excited about the IPL 2018 T20 cricket tournament. The Indian Premier League has reached its 11th year, and the latest edition will be hosting a total of 60 matches between April 7 and May 27. 
  • ⏭The T20 cricket format is loved by enthusiasts for a number of reasons – there are a lot of thrilling finishes, in some cases the last ball turns out to be decider, and much more. Best of all, enthusiasts get to cheer and support a team that represents their city.
  • ⏭Now, all that sounds existing, but not a lot of people will be able to watch the matches as they will either be stuck at work or might be in the commute.
  • ⏭Thanks to high-speed internet with ample amount of data, you can now catch all the action live on your smartphones or tablets while on the go.
  • ⏭ Today, there are handful of apps that let you live stream IPL 2018 T20 matches on the go. Here’s a look at top live streaming apps for your Android and iOS smartphones.


  IPL In Hotstar  premium

About IPL

On 13 September 2007, the BCCI announced the launch of a franchise-based Twenty20  cricket competition called Indian Premier League whose first season was slated to start in April 2008, in a "high-profile ceremony" in new delhi. Currently, with eight teams, each team plays each other twice in a home-and-away round-robin format in the league phase. At the conclusion of the league stage, the top four teams will qualify for the playoffs. The top two teams from the league phase will play against each other in the first Qualifying match, with the winner going straight to the IPL final and the loser getting another chance to qualify for the IPL final by playing the second Qualifying match. Meanwhile, the third and fourth place teams from league phase play against each other in an eliminator match and the winner from that match will play the loser from the first Qualifying match. The winner of the second Qualifying match will move onto the final to play the winner of the first Qualifying match in the IPL Final match, where the winner will be crowned the Indian Premier League champions.


The orange cap is awarded to the top run scorer in ipl during season

The purple cap is awarded to the top wicket-taker in ipl during seaon

The season of the IPL offered a total prize money of ₹40 crore (US$6.1 million), with the winning team netting ₹15 crore (US$2.3 million).The first and second runners up received 10 and 7.5 crores, respectively, with the fourth placed team also winning 7.5 crores. The others teams are not awarded any prize money. The IPL rules mandate that half of the prize money must be distributed among the players.

Title sponsorPeriodSponsorship fee (per year)
 DLF2008–201240 crores
 Pepsi2013–201579.2 crores
 Vivo2016–201795 crores
2018–2022439.8 crores

Chennai Super Kings Squad (Total Players-25, Money Spent-73.5 crore): MS Dhoni (retained 15 crore), Suresh Raina (retained, 11 crore), Ravindra Jadeja (retained 7 crore), Faf du Plessis (1.5 crore), Harbhajan Singh (2 crore), Dwayne Bravo (6.4 crore), Shane Watson (4 crore), Kedar Jadhav (7.8 crore), Ambati Rayudu (2.2 crore), Imran Tahir (1 crore), Karn Sharma (5 crore), Shardul Thakur (2.6 crore), Jagadeesan Narayan (20 lakh), Mitchell Santner (50 lakh), Deepak Chahar (80 lakh), KM Asif (40L), Lungi Ngidi (50 lakh), Kanishk Seth (20 lakh), Dhruv Shorey (20 lakh), M Vijay (2 crore), Sam Billings (1 crore), Mark Wood (1.5 crore), Kshitiz Sharma (20 lakh), Monu Singh (20 lakh), Chaitanya Bishnoi (20 lakh).

Delhi Daredevils Squad (Total Players-25, Money Spent-78.4 crore): Rishabh Pant (retained 15 Cr), Chris Morris (retained 11 Cr), Shreyas Iyer (retained 7 Cr), Glenn Maxwell (9 Cr), Gautam Gambhir (2.8 Cr), Jason Roy (1.5 Cr), Colin Munro (1.9 Cr), Mohammed Shami (3 Cr), Kagiso Rabada (4.2 Cr), Amit Mishra (4 Cr), Prithvi Shaw (1.2 Cr), Rahul Tewatia (3 Cr), Vijay Shankar (3.2 Cr), Harshal Patel (20 Lakh), Avesh Khan (70 Lakh), Shabaz Nadeem (3.2 Cr), Dan Christian (1.5 Cr), Jayant Yadav (50L), Gurkeerat Singh (75 L), Trent Boult (2.2 Cr), Manjot Kalra (20L), Abhishek Sharma (55L), Sandeep Lamichanne (20L), Naman Ojha (1.4 Cr), Sayan Ghosh (20L).
Kings XI Punjab Squad (Total Players-21, Money Spent-79.90 crore): Axar Patel (retained 12.5 Cr), R Ashwin (7.6 Cr), Yuvraj Singh (2 Cr), Karun Nair (5.6 Cr), KL Rahul (11 Cr), David Miller (3 Cr), Aaron Finch (6.2 Cr), Marcus Stoinis (6.2 Cr), Mayank Agarwal (1 Cr), Ankit Rajpoot (3 Cr), Manoj Tiwary (1 Cr), Mohit Sharma (2.4 Cr RTM), Mujeeb Zadran (4 Cr), Barinder Sran (2.2 Cr), Andrew Tye (7.2 Cr), Akshdeep Nath (1 Cr), Ben Dwarshius (1.4 Cr), Pardeep Sahu (20L), Mayank Dagar (20L), Chris Gayle (2 Cr), Manzoor Dar (20 L)
Kolkata Knight Riders Squad (Total Players-19, Money Spent-80 crore): Sunil Narine (retained 12.5 crore), Andre Russell (retained 8.5), Mitchell Starc (9.4 c), Chris Lynn (9.6 crore), Dinesh Karthik (7.4 crore), Robin Uthappa (6.4 crore), Piyush Chawla (4.2 crore), Kuldeep Yadav (5.8 crore), Shubman Gill (1.8 crore), Ishank Jaggi (20 Lakh), Kamlesh Nagarkoti (3.2 crore), Nitish Rana (3.4 crore), Vinay Kumar (1 crore), Apoorv Wankhade (20 lakh), Rinku Singh (80 lakh), Shivam Mavi (3 crore), Mitchell Johnson (2 crore), Javon Searles (30 lakh), Cameron Delport (30 lakh)
Mumbai Indians Squad (Total Players-25, Money Spent-79.35 crore): Rohit Sharma (retained 15 crore), Hardik Pandya (retained 11 crore), Jasprit Bumrah (retained 7 crore), Kieron Pollard (5.4 crore, RTM), Mustafizur Rahman (2.2 crore), Pat Cummins (5.4 crore), Suryakumar Yadav (3.2 crore), Krunal Pandya (8.8 crore, RTM), Ishan Kishan (6.2 crore), Rahul Chahar (1.9 crore), Evin Lewis (3.8 crore), Saurabh Tiwary (80 lakh), Ben Cutting (2.2 crore), Pradeep Sangwan (1.5 crore), JP Duminy (1 crore), Jason Behrendoff (1.5 crore), Tajinder Dhillaon (55 lakh), Sharad Lumba (20 lakh), Siddhesh Lad (20 lakh), Aditya Tare (20 lakh), Mayank Markande (20 lakh), Akila Dananjaya (50 lakh), Anukul Roy (20 lakh), Anukul Roy (20 lakh), MD Nidheesh (20 lakh).
Rajasthan Royals Squad (Total Players-23, Money Spent-78.35 crore): Steve Smith (retained 12.5 crore), Ben Stokes (12.5 c), Ajinkya Rahane (4 c), Stuart Binny (50 Lakh), Sanju Samson (8 c), Jos Buttler (4.4 c), Rahul Tripathi (3.4 c), D’Arcy Short (4 c), Jofra Archer (7.2 c), K Gowtham (6.2 crore), Dhawal Kulkarni (75 lakh, RTM), Jaydev Unadkat (11.5 crore), Ankit Sharma (20 lakh), Anureet Singh (30 lakh), Zahir Khan Pakteen (60 lakh), Shreyas Gopal (20 lakh), MS Midhun (20 lakh), Prashant Chopra (20 lakh), Ben Laughlin (50 lakh), Mahipal Lomror (20 lakh), Aryaman Birla (30 lakh), Jatin Saxena (20 lakh), Dushmantha Chameera (50 lakh).
Royal Challengers Bangalore Squad (Total Players-24, Money Spent-79.85 crore): Virat Kohli (retained 17 Cr), AB de Villiers (retained 11 Cr), Sarfraz Khan (retained 3 Cr), Brendon McCullum (3.6 Cr), Chris Woakes (7.4 Cr), Colin de Grandhomme (2.2 Cr), Moeen Ali (1.7 Cr), Quinton de Kock (2.8 Cr), Umesh Yadav (4.2 Cr), Yuzvendra Chahal (6 Cr), Manan Vohra (1.1 Cr), Kulwant Kejroliya (85 Lakh), Aniket Choudhary (30 Lakh), Navdeep Saini (3 c), Murugan Ashwin (2.2 Cr), Mandeep Singh (1.4 Cr), Washington Sundar (3.2 Cr), Pawan Negi (1 Cr RTM), Mohammad Siraj (2.6 Cr), Nathan Coulter-Nile (2.2 Cr), Anirudha Joshi (20L), Parthiv Patel (1.7 Cr), Tim Southee (1 Cr), Pavan Deshpande (20 L).
Sunrisers Hyderabad Squad (Total Players-25, Money Spent-79.35 crore): David Warner (retained 12.5 Cr), Bhuvneshwar Kumar (retained 8.5 Cr), Shikhar Dhawan (5.2 Cr), Shakib Al Hasan (2 Cr), Kane Williamson (3 Cr), Manish Pandey (11 Cr), Carlos Brathwaite (2 Cr), Yusuf Pathan (1.9 Cr), Wriddhiman Saha (5 Cr), Rashid Khan (9 Cr), Ricky Bhui (20 Lakh), Deepak Hooda (3.6 Cr), Siddarth Kaul (3.8 Cr), T Natarajan (40 Lakh), Basil Thampi (95 Lakh), Khaleel Ahmed (3 Cr), Mohammad Nabi (1 Cr), Sandeep Sharma (3 Cr), Sachin Baby (20L), Chris Jordan (1 Cr), Billy Stanlake (50L), Tanmay Agarwal (20L), Shreevats Goswami (1 Cr), Bipul Sharma (20L), Mehdi Hasan (20 L)

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