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Indian Premier League  HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Series / Sport
Original Title: Indian Premier League
Video type: TV Series
The best cricket players on the planet converge for the epic battle that will transcend all barriers. For die hard cricket fans!
Series cast summary:
Mahendra Singh Dhoni Mahendra Singh Dhoni - Himself 62 episodes, 2008-2018
Virat Kohli Virat Kohli - Himself / - 56 episodes, 2008-2018
Rohit Sharma Rohit Sharma - Himself 50 episodes, 2008-2018
Suresh Raina Suresh Raina - Himself 47 episodes, 2008-2018
Ab de Villiers Ab de Villiers - Himself / - 46 episodes, 2009-2018
Shikhar Dhawan Shikhar Dhawan - Himself 41 episodes, 2008-2018
Harbhajan Singh Harbhajan Singh - Himself 36 episodes, 2008-2018
Chris Gayle Chris Gayle - Himself / - 34 episodes, 2010-2018
Dwayne Bravo Dwayne Bravo - Himself 34 episodes, 2008-2018
Ambati Rayudu Ambati Rayudu - Himself 34 episodes, 2010-2018
Gautam Gambhir Gautam Gambhir - Himself 32 episodes, 2008-2018
Shane Watson Shane Watson - Himself 32 episodes, 2008-2018
Sachin Tendulkar Sachin Tendulkar - Himself 29 episodes, 2008-2013
Kieron Pollard Kieron Pollard - Himself 29 episodes, 2010-2018
Ravi Shastri Ravi Shastri - Himself - Commentator 28 episodes, 2008-2016
Robin Uthappa Robin Uthappa - Himself 27 episodes, 2008-2018
Yusuf Pathan Yusuf Pathan - Himself 26 episodes, 2008-2018
Bhuvneshwar Kumar Bhuvneshwar Kumar - Himself 26 episodes, 2012-2018
David Warner David Warner - Himself 25 episodes, 2009-2017
Dinesh Karthik Dinesh Karthik - Himself 25 episodes, 2008-2018

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.

Indian Premier League: Match 31: Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Pune Warriors India (2013): Chris Gayle scored highest individual score in T20 with 175* (off 66 balls). It was also the fastest century in history of T20 cricket (in just 30 balls)

All Champions:

2008: Rajasthan Royals

2009: Deccan Chargers

2010: Chennai Super Kings

2011: Chennai Super Kings

2012: Kolkata Knight Riders

2013: Mumbai Indians

2014: Kolkata Knight Riders

2015: Mumbai Indians

2016: Sunrisers Hyderabad

2017: Mumbai Indians

2018: Chennai Super Kings

All Orange Cap Winners (The Orange Cap is an annual cricket award presented to the leading run scorer in the IPL):

2008: Shaun Marsh [KXIP] (616 Runs)

2009: Matthew Hayden [CSK] (572 Runs)

2010: Sachin Tendulkar [MI] (618 Runs)

2011: Chris Gayle [RCB] (608 Runs)

2012: Chris Gayle [RCB] (733 Runs)

2013: Mike Hussey [CSK] (733 Runs)

2014: Robin Uthappa [KKR] (660 Runs)

2015: David Warner [SRH] (562 Runs)

2016: Virat Kohli [RCB] (973 Runs)

2017: David Warner [SRH] (641 Runs)

2018: Kane Williamson [SRH] (735 Runs)

All Purple Cap Winners (The Purple Cap is an annual cricket award presented to the leading wicket-taker in IPL)

2008: Sohail Tanvir [RR] (22 Wickets)

2009: R.P. Singh [DC] (23 Wickets)

2010: Pragyan Ojha [DC] (21 Wickets)

2011: Lasith Malinga [MI] (28 Wickets)

2012: Morne Morkel [DD] (25 Wickets)

2013: Dwayne Bravo [CSK] (32 Wickets)

2014: Mohit Sharma [CSK] (23 Wickets)

2015: Dwayne Bravo [CSK] (24 Wickets)

2016: Bhuvneshwar Kumar [SRH] (23 Wickets)

2017: Bhuvneshwar Kumar [SRH] (26 Wickets)

2018: Andrew Tye [KXIP] (24 Wickets)

Indian Premier League: 44th Match: Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Gujarat Lions (2016): The 229-run partnership between Ab de Villiers and Virat Kohli is the highest partnership for any wicket in T20 cricket history and it was only the second time that two batsmen from the same team scored individual centuries in a T20 innings.

The most successful franchises in the tournament are the Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians with 3 tournament wins each.

The IPL is the most-attended cricket league in the world and in 2014 ranked sixth by average attendance among all sports leagues.