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IPL 2015 – Season

2008 Indian Premire League

IPL 2008

The first season of IPL was sponsored by DLF. The inaugural season of the tournament took place from 18 April – 1 June 2008. The group stages featured eight teams playing against each other twice, once at home and once away basis, with the top four progressing to the semi-finals.

The final was played in DY Patil Stadium, Nerul, Navi Mumbai. The first winner of the tournament was Rajasthan Royals, who beat Chennai Super Kings in a close encounter match that went down to the last ball. Rajasthan Royals’ Shane Watson was named player of the tournament.

Winner – Rajasthan Royals

Point Table

Teams Matches Won Lost Tied Points Average
Royals 14 11 3 0 22 +0.632
Kings XI 14 10 4 0 20 +0.509
Super Kings 14 8 6 0 16 -0.192
Daredevils 14 7 6 0 15 +0.342
Mum Indians 14 7 7 0 14 +0.570
KKR 14 6 7 0 13 -0.147
RCB 14 4 10 0 8 -1.160
Chargers 14 2 12 0 4 -0.467

2009 Indian Premire League

ipl 2009 a

The 2009 Indian Premier League season, also known as IPL 2, was hosted in South Africa because of the general elections in India and was played for 37 days from 18 April – 24 May 2009. Deccan Chargers beat Royal Challengers Bangalore in the final to take the title (these two were placed 8th and 7th respectively in the standings of previous season).

Winner – Deccan Chargers

Point Table

Teams Matches Won Lost Tie points Average
Daredevils 14 10 4 0 20 +0.311
Super Kings 14 8 5 0 17 +0.951
RCB 14 8 6 0 16 -0.191
Chargers 14 7 7 0 14 +0.203
Kings XI 14 7 7 0 14 -0.483
Royals 14 6 7 0 13 -0.352
Mum Indians 14 5 8 0 11 +0.297
KKR 14 3 10 0 7 -0.789

2010 Indian Premire League

IPL 2010

The third season returned to India and it was the first IPL tournament. The final four matches of the tournament were screened in 3D across theatres in India. The Chennai Super Kings defeated the Mumbai Indians in the finals to win their first title.

Winner – Chennai Super Kings

Point Table

Teams Matches Won Lost Tie points Average
Mum Indians 14 10 4 0 20 +1.084
Chargers 14 8 6 0 16 -0.297
Super Kings 14 7 7 0 14 +0.274
RCB 14 7 7 0 14 +0.219
Daredevils 14 7 7 0 14 +0.021
KKR 14 7 7 0 14 -0.341
Royals 14 6 8 0 12 -0.514
Kings XI 14 4 10 0 8 -0.478

2011 Indian Premire League

IPL 2011

In 2011, two new teams, Pune Warriors India (PWI) from Pune and Kochi Tuskers Kerala (KTK) from Kochi made their debut in IPL 4. However, the bid for the Kochi franchise turned controversial resulting in the resignation of minister, Shashi Tharoor from the Central Government. Later Lalit Modi was also removed from IPL chairmanship by BCCI. On 5 December 2010, it was confirmed that Kochi will take part in the fourth season of IPL.

With the addition of 2 teams, namely Sahara’s Pune Warriors India and the Kochi Tuskers Kerala, the number of franchises increased from 8 to 10. The format was changed to each team playing 5 other teams in a home-away format. Of the remaining, a team would play 2 at home and 2 away matches. Thus each team played a total of 14 matches. The season ran from 8 April to 28 May 2011.

The IPL was scheduled just 7 days after India Won the Historic 2011 Cricket World Cup on April 1, 2011 . The Chennai Super Kings won their second consecutive title after defeating the Royal Challengers Bangalore by 58 runs in the final.

The Kochi Tuskers Kerala withdrew at the end of this IPL season.

Winner – Chennai Super Kings

Point Table

Teams Matches Won Lost Tie Points Average
RCB 14 9 4 0 19 +0.326
Super Kings 14 9 5 0 18 +0.443
Mum Indians 14 9 5 0 18 +0.040
KKR 14 8 6 0 16 +0.433
Kings XI 14 7 7 0 14 -0.051
Royals 14 6 7 0 13 -0.691
Chargers 14 6 8 0 12 +0.222
Kochi 14 6 8 0 12 -0.214
Warriors 14 4 9 0 9 -0.134
Daredevils 14 4 9 0 9 -0.448

2012 Indian Premire League

IPL 2012

The fifth season featured nine teams after the termination of the Kochi franchise. The auction of the players was held on 4 February 2012. Maximum number of players in each squad was increased from 30 to 33. A total of 76 matches were played from 4 April to 27 May. The Delhi Daredevils, the Kolkata Knight Riders, the Mumbai Indians and the Chennai Super Kings qualified for the playoffs. The final was hosted by Chennai on 27 May, where the Chennai Super Kings played against the Kolkata Knight Riders. The Kolkata Knight Riders won the match by 5 wickets.

This edition of the IPL was the most competitive with 14 matches producing results in the very last over, and a couple in the last ball. Towards the end of the league, it encountered many hurdles including a spot fixing case, which allegedly included five players caught on a sting operation carried by a news channel.

Winner - Kolkata Knight Riders

Point Table

Teams Matches Won Lost Tie Points Average
Daredevils 16 11 5 0 22 +0.617
KKR 16 10 5 0 21 +0.561
Mum Indians 16 10 6 0 20 -0.100
Super Kings 16 8 7 0 17 +0.100
RCB 16 8 7 0 17 -0.022
Kings XI 16 8 8 0 16 -0.216
Royals 16 7 9 0 14 +0.201
Chargers 16 4 11 0 9 -0.509
Warriors 16 4 12 0 8 -0.551

2013 Indian Premire League

IPl 2013

Pepsi replaced DLF as the title sponsor. Nine teams have participated in the sixth season. The sixth season took place 3 April – 26 May 2013. Deccan Chargers franchise was terminated by the IPL governing council which was later replaced by Sunrisers Hyderabad owned by Sun Group.

Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad were the four teams in the league stage to qualify for the playoffs. Rajasthan Royals defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by 4 wickets in the eliminator played at Feroz Shah Kotla in New Delhi. Mumbai Indians defeated Rajasthan Royals in the second qualifier and faced Chennai Super Kings in the Final. Mumbai Indians defeated Chennai Super Kings by 23 runs for their first title win. Shane Watson was named man of the tournament. Sachin Tendulkar announced Retirement from IPL after Mumbai Indians Won the tournament.

Pune Warriors India team was dissolved on the same day.

Winner – Mumbai Indians

Point Table

Teams Matches Won Lost Tie Points Average
Super Kings 16 11 5 0 22 +0.530
Mum Indians 16 11 5 0 22 +0.441
Royals 16 10 6 0 20 +0.322
Sunrisers 16 10 6 0 20 +0.003
RCB 16 9 7 0 18 +0.457
Kings XI 16 8 8 0 16 +0.226
KKR 16 6 10 0 12 -0.095
Warriors 16 4 12 0 8 -1.006
Daredevils 16 3 13 0 6 -0.848

2014 Indian Premire League

IPL-7 final between KKR and KXIP

The league ran 16 April – 1 June 2014 and due to security demands for the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections the early matches were played in the UAE, before the seventh edition of Indian Premier League returned to India for the remainder of the tournament. As Pune Warriors India had been dissolved, this left 8 team participating in the 2014 season.

The auction of players for the seventh season of IPL took place on 13 and 15 February 2014 in Bangalore. For the second time after 2011 IPL teams were allowed to retain up to 5 players. 7 teams retained at least 2 players from the previous squad.

Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians were the four teams that made it to the playoffs. Kolkata Knight Riders defeated Kings XI Punjab by 28 runs in first qualifier to reach the final. Chennai Super Kings faced Kings XI Punjab in the second qualifier after defeating Mumbai Indians by 7 wickets in the eliminator, Kings XI Punjab defeated them by 24 runs to reach the finals. In the finals held on 1 June,Kolkata Knight Riders beat Kings XI Punjab by 3 wickets, to become the winner of IPL 2014, their second IPL victory.

The Orange cap was won by Kolkata Knight Riders’s Robin Uthappa & the Purple cap was won by Chennai Super King’s Mohit Sharma. Glenn Maxwell was named Man of the Tournament. This was the first IPL tournament where the winner of the Orange cap represented the team winning the tournament.

Winner – Kolkata Knight Riders

Point table

Teams Matches Won Lost Tied Points Average
Punjab 14 11 03 00 22 +0.968
Kolkata 14 09 05 00 17 +0.418
Chennai 14 09 05 00 18 +0.385
Mumbai 14 07 07 00 14 +0.095
Rajasthan 14 07 07 00 14 +0.060
Hyderabad 14 06 08 00 12 -0.399
Bangalore 14 05 09 00 10 -0.428
Delhi 14 02 12 00 04 -1.182

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