The coronavirus pandemic has meant the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) was delayed from its original start date of 29 March. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) suspended it until 15 April, but sadly coronavirus had other ideas, and it was quickly postponed indefinitely.
The good news is the IPL is set to resume this September after the BCCI accepted an offer to stage the tournament in the United Arab Emirates. While final approval, dates, and match fixtures have yet to be published, we thought it was time we reviewed our IPL prediction on who will win IPL 2020.
It looks like the tournament will now be held from 19 September-8 November, meaning it will run as a normal 51-day IPL. Each team will first have three to four weeks of training in the UAE, giving them time to acclimatize to slightly different conditions.
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Our original IPL 2020 winner article was written back in February. We predicted Kolkata Knight Riders as the best bet – the team whose chances had been most underestimated by the bookmakers.
But with new factors to consider we have re-run the numbers to take into account the new IPL structure. Teams with strong home records and, of course, those with poor away records are now playing on a more level playing field.
Will this change our opinion on who we think will win the IPL 2020? Read on to find out!
SOURCE : (cricketprediction.com)