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IPL 2015 Schedule: IPL Schedule 2015, IPL 8 Match timings

IPL 8 is closer now, IPL Governing council released IPL 2015 Schedule which is going to start from April 8 between defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Mumbai Indians (MI) and ends on May 29. IPL 8 matches will be telecasted on Sony Six and Set Max. IPL 2015 will start on April 8 and ends on May 29. IPL 2015 will have 65 matches. Ahmedabad , Vizag are also chosen as some of the venues for IPL 8.


Date          Match details                                        Time (IST)    Venue
 Apr 08 Kolkata(KKR)              vs
Mumbai(MI)
 8:00 PM  Eden Gardens,Kolkata
 Apr 09 Chennai(CSK)            vs
Delhi(DD)
 8:00 PM  MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
 Apr 10 Punjab(KingsXI) 
       vs
Rajasthan(RR)

 8:00 PM  Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium,Pune
 Apr 11 Chennai(CSK)            vs Hyderabad(SRH)  4:00 PM  MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
 Apr 11  Kolkata(KKR)
       vs Bangalore(RCB)
 8:00 PM  Eden Gardens,Kolkata
 Apr 12  Delhi(DI)
      vs Rajasthan(RR)
 4:00 PM  Feroz Shah Kotla,Delhi
 Apr 12  Mumbai(MI)
      vs Punjab(
Kings
XI) 
 8:00 PM  Wankhede Stadium,mumbai
 Apr 13  Bangalore(RCB)         vs Hyderabad(SRH)  8:00 PM  M.Chinnaswamy Stadium,Bangalore
 Apr 14  Rajasthan(RR)         vs
Mumbai(MI)
 4:00 PM  Sardar Patel Stadium,Ahmedabad
 Apr 14  Kolkata(KKR)
      vs
Chennai(CSK)
 8:00 PM  Eden Gardens,Kolkata
 Apr 15 Punjab(Kings
XI)

      vs
Delhi(DD)

 8:00 PM  Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium,Pune
 Apr 16  Hyderabad(SRH)       vs Rajasthan(RR)  8:00 PM  YSR stadium, Visakhapatnam
 Apr 17  Mumbai(MI)
      vs  Chennai(CSK)
 8:00 PM   Wankhede Stadium,mumbai
 Apr 18  Hyderabad(SRH)      vs
 Delhi(DD)
 4:00 PM  YSR stadium, Visakhapatnam
 Apr 18   Punjab(KingsXI) 
     vs
Kolkata(KKR)

 8:00 PM  Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium,Pune
 Apr 19   Rajasthan(RR)        vs
Chennai(CSK)
 4:00 PM  Sardar Patel Stadium,Ahmedabad
 Apr 19  Bangalore(RCB)        vs
Mumbai(MI)
 8:00 PM  M.Chinnaswamy Stadium,Bangalore
 Apr 20  Delhi(DD)
     vs
Kolkata(KKR)
 8:00 PM  Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
 Apr 21  Rajasthan(RR)        vs
Punjab(
Kings
XI) 
 8:00 PM  Sardar Patel Stadium,Ahmedabad
 Apr 22  Hyderabad(SRH)      vs
Kolkata(KKR)
 4:00 PM  YSR stadium, Visakhapatnam
 Apr 23  Delhi(DD)
     vs
Mumbai(MI)
 8:00 PM   Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi
 Apr 24  Rajasthan(RR)        vs Bangalore(RCB)  8:00 PM  Sardar Patel Stadium,Ahmedabad
 Apr 25  Mumbai(MI)
     vs Hyderabad(SRH)
 4:00 PM  Wankhede Stadium,mumbai
 Apr 25  Chennai(CSK)
     vs Punjab(
Kings
XI) 
 8:00 PM  MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
 Apr 26   Kolkata(KKR)
     vs Rajasthan(RR)
 4:00 PM  Eden Gardens,Kolkata
 Apr 26  Delhi(DD)
     vs Bangalore(RCB)
 8:00 PM   Feroz Shah Kotla,Delhi
 Apr 27 Punjab(KingsXI)
    vs Hyderabad(SRH)

 8:00 PM Punjab Cricket Stadium,Mohali
 Apr 28  Kolkata(KKR)
    vs
Delhi(DD)
 8:00 PM   Eden Gardens,Kolkata
 Apr 29  Bangalore(RCB)      vs
Rajasthan(RR)
 8:00 PM  M.Chinnaswamy Stadium,Bangalore
 Apr 30  Chennai(CSK)
   vs
Kolkata(KKR)
 8:00 PM   MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
 May 01  Delhi(DD)
    vs
Punjab(
Kings
XI) 
 4:00 PM   Feroz Shah Kotla,Delhi
 May 01  Mumbai(MI)
    vs
Rajasthan(RR)
 8:00 PM  Wankhede Stadium,mumbai
 May 02 Bangalore(RCB)       vs Kolkata(KKR)  4:00 PM   M.Chinnaswamy Stadium,Bangalore
 May 02  Hyderabad(SRH)    vs
Chennai(CSK)
 8:00 PM  Rajiv Gandhi Stadium,Hyderabad
 May 03 Punjab(KingsXI)
   vs
Mumbai(MI)

 4:00 PM  Punjab Cricket  Stadium,Mohali
 May 03  Rajasthan(RR)     vs
Delhi(DD)
 8:00 PM  TBC
 May 04  Chennai(CSK)
  vs Bangalore(RCB)
 4:00 PM  MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
 May 04  Kolkata(KKR)
      vs Hyderabad(SRH)
 8:00 PM   Eden Gardens,Kolkata
 May 05  Mumbai(MI)
     vs
 Delhi(DD)
 8:00 PM  Wankhede Stadium,mumbai
 May 06  Bangalore(RCB)       vs
Punjab(
Kings
XI) 
 8:00 PM  M.Chinnaswamy Stadium,Bangalore
 May 07  Rajasthan(RR)       vs Hyderabad(SRH)  8:00 PM  TBC
 May 08  Chennai(CSK)
    vs
Mumbai(MI)
 8:00 PM  MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
 May 09  Kolkata(KKR)
    vs
Punjab(
Kings
XI) 
 4:00 PM   Eden Gardens,Kolkata
 May 09  Delhi(DD)
    vs Hyderabad(SRH)
 8:00 PM  Shaheed Veer Stadium,Raipur
 May 10  Mumbai(MI)
    vs Bangalore(RCB)
 4:00 PM  Wankhede Stadium,mumbai
 May 10  Chennai(CSK)
    vs
Rajasthan(RR)
 8:00 PM  MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
 May 11  Hyderabad(SRH)     vs
Punjab(
Kings
XI) 
 8:00 PM  Rajiv Gandhi Stadium,Hyderabad
 May 12  Delhi(DD)
    vs  Chennai(CSK)
 8:00 PM  Shaheed Veer Raipur
 May 13  Punjab(KingsXI)
   vs Bangalore(RCB)

 8:00 PM  Punjab  Stadium,Mohali
 May 14  Mumbai(MI)
  vs
Kolkata(KKR)
 8:00 PM  Wankhede Stadium,mumbai
 May 15  Hyderabad(SRH)      vs Bangalore(RCB)  8:00 PM  Rajiv Gandhi Stadium,Hyderabad
 May 16   Punjab(KingsXI)
     vs
Chennai(CSK)

 4:00 PM  Punjab Cricket  Stadium,Mohali
 May 16   Rajasthan(RR)         vs
Kolkata(KKR)
 8:00 PM  TBC
 May 17   Bangalore(RCB)       vs
Delhi(DD)
 4:00 PM   M.Chinnaswamy Stadium,Bangalore
 May 17   Hyderabad(SRH)       vs
Mumbai(MI)
 8:00 PM  Rajiv Gandhi  Stadium,Hyderabad
 May 19  IPL 2015 Qualifier 1  8:00 PM  TBC
 May 20 IPL 2015 Eliminator  8:00 PM  TBC
 May 22  IPL 2015 Qualifier 2  8:00 PM  TBC
 May 24  IPL 2015 Final  8:00 PM    Eden Gardens,Kolkata

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