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5 matches rescheduled in IPL 2015 due to elections in Kolkata


5 matches rescheduled in IPL 2015 due to elections in Kolkata
IPL 2015, due to general elections in Kolkata which is going to start on 18th April. BCCI has changed Kolkata Knight Riders home matches due to security reasons as police may find it difficult to give security to the matches. 4 matches for Kolkata Knight riders were rescheduled and match between RR and SRH was also revised. 2 matches dates are revised while 3 matches timings are changed. IPL 8 will kick start from April 8 and ends on May 24.  


Match original Shifted Ground
KKR vs CSK   14 April 2015  30 April 2015(8pm)      Eden Gardens
KKR vs DD   28 April 2015(8pm)   7 May 2015(8PM)          Eden Gardens
CSK vs KKR   30 April 2015(8pm)  30 April 2015(8pm)      M.A. Chidambaram Stadium 
RR vs MI  14 April 2015(4PM)  14 April 2015(8PM)      Sardar Patel(Gujarat)
RR vs SRH  7 May 2015(8PM)  May 7th 2015(4PM)      Brabourne Stadium

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