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IPL schedule 2009

From the 18th April until the 21st May 2009 the IPL (Indian Premier League cricket) is scheduled to take place in South Africa. The first matches on 18th April take place a day after the last one-day match in the series between South Africa and Australia. Here is the IPL schedule of matches and South African times when they take place.

Date

Teams

Venue

SA Time

Result

Saturday,
18 Apr 2009

Opening ceremony

Cape Town

 

 

Saturday,
18 Apr 2009

Mumbai Indians
(incl. Jean-Paul Duminy)

Cape Town

1230-1530

165/7 (won)

Chennai Super Kings

146/7

Saturday,
18 Apr 2009

Rajasthan Royals
(incl. Shane Warne & Graeme Smith)

Cape Town

1630-1930

58/10

Bangalore Royal Challengers
(incl. K Pietersen & Dale Steyn)

133/8 (won)

Sunday,
19 Apr 2009

Delhi Daredevils

Cape Town

1230-1530

58/0 (won, D/L)

Kings XI Punjab

104/7

Sunday,
19 Apr 2009

Deccan Chargers

Cape Town

1630-1930

104/2 (won)

Kolkata Knight Riders

101/10

Monday,
20 Apr 2009

Chennai Super Kings

Port Elizabeth

1630-1930

179/5 (won)

Bangalore Royal Challengers

87/10

Tuesday,
21 Apr 2009

Kings XI Punjab

Durban

1230-1530

158/6

Kolkata Knight Riders

79/1 (won, D/L)

Tuesday,
21 Apr 2009

Rajasthan Royals

Durban

1630-1930

match abandoned
due to rain

Mumbai Indians

Wednesday,
22 Apr 2009

Bangalore Royal Challengers

Cape Town

1630-1930

160/8

Deccan Chargers

184/6 (won)

Thursday,
23 Apr 2009

Chennai Super Kings

Durban

1230-1530

180/9

Delhi Daredevils

189/5 (won)

Thursday,
23 Apr 2009

Kolkata Knight Riders

Cape Town

1630-1930

150/8

Rajasthan Royals

150/6 (win, super over)

Friday,
24 Apr 2009

Bangalore Royal Challengers

Durban

1630-1930

168/9

Kings XI Punjab

173/3 (won)

Saturday,
25 Apr 2009

Mumbai Indians

Durban

1230-1530

156/7

Deccan Chargers

168/9 (won)

Saturday,
25 Apr 2009

Chennai Super Kings

Cape Town

1630-1930

match abandoned

Kolkata Knight Riders

Sunday,
26 Apr 2009

Bangalore Royal Challengers

Port Elizabeth

1230-1530

149/7

Delhi Daredevils

150/4 (won)

Sunday,
26 Apr 2009

Kings XI Punjab

Cape Town

1630-1930

139/6 (won)

Rajasthan Royals

112/7

Monday,
27 Apr 2009

Deccan Chargers

Durban

1230-1530

169/4 (won)

Chennai Super Kings

165/6

Monday,
27 Apr 2009

Kolkata Knight Riders

Port Elizabeth

1630-1930

95/10

Mumbai Indians

187/6 (won)

Tuesday,
28 Apr 2009

Delhi Daredevils

Pretoria

1630-1930

143/7

Rajasthan Royals

147/5 (won)

Wednesday,
29 Apr 2009

Kolkata Knight Riders

Durban

1230-1530

139/6

Bangalore Royal Challengers

143/5 (won)

Wednesday,
29 Apr 2009

Kings XI Punjab

Durban

1630-1930

119/8 (won)

Mumbai Indians

116/7

Thursday,
30 Apr 2009

Deccan Chargers

Pretoria

1230-1530

148/9

Delhi Daredevils

150/4 (won)

Thursday,
30 Apr 2009

Rajasthan Royals

Pretoria

1630-1930

126

Chennai Super Kings

164/5 (won)

Friday,
1 May 2009

Mumbai Indians

East London

1230-1530

148/6 (won)

Kolkata Knight Riders

139/6

Friday,
1 May 2009

Kings XI Punjab

Durban

1630-1930

137/7

Bangalore Royal Challengers

145/9 (won)

Saturday,
2 May 2009

Deccan Chargers

Port Elizabeth

1230-1530

141/5

Rajasthan Royals

142/7 (won)

Saturday,
2 May 2009

Delhi Daredevils

Johannesburg

1630-1930

145/8

Chennai Super Kings

163/10 (won)

Sunday,
3 May 2009

Kolkata Knight Riders

Port Elizabeth

1230-1530

153/3

Kings XI Punjab

154/4 (won)

Sunday,
3 May 2009

Bangalore Royal Challengers

Johannesburg

1630-1930

150/1 (won)

Mumbai Indians

149/4

Monday,
4 May 2009

Chennai Super Kings

East London

1630-1930

178/3 (won)

Deccan Chargers

100/10

Tuesday,
5 May 2009

Rajasthan Royals

Durban

1230-1530

211/4 (won)

Kings XI Punjab

133/8

Tuesday
5 May 2009

Delhi Daredevils

Durban

1630-1930

157/1 (won)

Kolkata Knight Riders

154/3

Wednesday,
6 May 2009

Deccan Chargers

Pretoria

1630-1930

145/6 (won)

Mumbai Indians

126/8

Thursday,
7 May 2009

Bangalore Royal Challengers

Pretoria

1230-1530

105/10

Rajasthan Royals

107/3 (won)

Thursday,
7 May 2009

Kings XI Punjab

Pretoria

1630-1930

174/3

Chennai Super Kings

185/3 (won)

Friday,
8 May 2009

Delhi Daredevils

East London

1630-1930

118/3 (won)

Mumbai Indians

116/10

Saturday,
9 May 2009

Deccan Chargers

Kimberley

1230-1530

168/5

Kings XI Punjab

169/7 (won)

Saturday,
9 May 2009

Chennai Super Kings

Kimberley

1630-1930

141/3 (won)

Rajasthan Royals

140/7

Sunday,
10 May 2009

Mumbai Indians

Port Elizabeth

1230-1530

157/2 (won)

Bangalore Royal Challengers

141/7

Sunday,
10 May 2009

Kolkata Knight Riders

Johannesburg

1630-1930

123/8

Delhi Daredevils

125/3 (won)

Monday,
11 May 2009

Rajasthan Royals

Kimberley

1630-1930

113/10

Deccan Chargers

166/7 (won)

Tuesday
12 May 2009

Bangalore Royal Challengers

Pretoria

1230-1530

176/4 (won)

Kolkata Knight Riders

173/4

Tuesday,
12 May 2009

Mumbai Indians

Pretoria

1630-1930

122/2 (won)

Kings XI Punjab

119/9

Wednesday,
13 May 2009

Delhi Daredevils

Durban

1630-1930

173/7 (won)

Deccan Chargers

161

Thursday,
14 May 2009

Bangalore Royal Challengers

Durban

1230-1530

132/8 (won)

Chennai Super Kings

129/10

Thursday,
14 May 2009

Mumbai Indians

Durban

1630-1930

143/10

Rajasthan Royals

145/7 (won)

Friday,
15 May 2009

Kings XI Punjab

Bloemfontein

1630-1930

123/4 (won)

Delhi Daredevils

120/9

Saturday,
16 May 2009

Chennai Super Kings

Port Elizabeth

1230-1530

151/3 (won)

Mumbai Indians

147/5

Saturday,
16 May 2009

Kolkata Knight Riders

Johannesburg

1630-1930

160/5

Deccan Chargers

166/4 (won)

Sunday,
17 May 2009

Kings XI Punjab

Johannesburg

1230-1530

134/7 (won)

Deccan Chargers

133/8

Sunday,
17 May 2009

Rajasthan Royals

Bloemfontein

1630-1930

136/9

Delhi Daredevils

150/3 (won)

Monday,
18 May 2009

Kolkata Knight Riders

Pretoria

1630-1930

189/3 (won)

Chennai Super Kings

188/3

Tuesday,
19 May 2009

Delhi Daredevils

Johannesburg

1630-1930

134/7

Bangalore Royal Challengers

135/3 (won)

Wednesday,
20 May 2009

Rajasthan Royals

Durban

1230-1530

101/9

Kolkata Knight Riders

102/6

Wednesday,
20 May 2009

Chennai Super Kings

Durban

1630-1930

116/9 (won)

Kings XI Punjab

92/8

Thursday,
21 May 2009

Mumbai Indians

Pretoria

1230-1530

165/8

Delhi Daredevils

166/6 (won)

Thursday,
21 May 2009

Deccan Chargers

Pretoria

1630-1930

158/6

Bangalore Royal Challengers

170/4 (won)

Friday,
22 May 2009

Semi Final 1

Delhi Daredevils

Pretoria

1630-1930

153/8

Deccan Chargers

154/4 (won)

Saturday,
23 May 2009

Semi Final 2

Royal Bangalore Challengers

Johannesburg

1630-1930

149/4 (won)

Chennai Super Kings

146/5

Sunday,
24 May 2009

FINAL

Deccan Chargers

Johannesburg

1630-1930

143/6 (won)

Royal Bangalore Challengers

137/9

Mumbai Indians squad

BATSMEN

ALL ROUNDERS

Jean-Paul Duminy

South Africa

Ryan McLaren

South Africa

Mohammed Ashraful

Bangladesh

Sanath Jayasuriya

Sri Lanka

Shikhar Dhawan

India

Dwayne Bravo

British West Indies

Sachin Tendulkar(Captain)

India

Graham Napier

England

Saurabh Tiwary

India

Kyle Mills

Australia

Ajinkya Rahane

India

Abhishek Nayar

India

Jaydev Shah

India

Jude Singh

India

BOWLERS

WICKET KEEPERS

Lasith Malinga

Sri Lanka

Pinal Shah

India

Dilhara Fernando

Sri Lanka

Yogesh Takawale

India

Harbhajan Singh

India

Luke Ronchi

Australia

Dhawal Kulkarni

India

COACHES

Rohan Raje

India

Pravin Amre (head coach)

India

Zaheer Khan

India

Sameer Dighe (assistant coach)

India

Chetanya Nanda

India

Shaun Pollock (bowling coach)

South Africa

Rahil Sheikh

India

Jonty Rhodes (fielding coach)

South Africa

   

Nitin Patel (physiotherapist)

India

Chennai Super Kings

BATSMEN

BOWLERS

George Bailey

Australia

Palani Amarnath

India

Matthew Hayden

Australia

Lakshmipathy Balaji

India

Michael Hussey

Australia

Manpreet Gony

India

Subramaniam Badrinath

India

Sudeep Tyagi

India

Ankit Gupta

India

Makhaya Ntini

South Africa

Arun Karthik

India

Muttiah Muralitharan

Sri Lanka

Abhinav Mukund

India

ALL ROUNDERS

Murali Vijay

India

Jacob Oram

Australia

Suresh Raina

India

Andrew Flintoff

India

COACHES

Ravichandran Ashwin

India

Roney Parry (masseur)

Australia

Napoleon Einstein

India

Tommy Simsek (physiotherapist)

Australia

Shadab Jakati

India

Russel Radhakrishnan (manager)

India

Viraj Kadbe

India

Stephen Fleming (coach & player)

New Zealand

Selvam Suresh Kumar

India

Gregory King (physical trainer)

South Africa

Joginder Sharma

India

WICKET KEEPERS

Vidyut Sivaramakrishnan

India

Mahendra Singh Dhoni (captain)

India

Albie Morkel

South Africa

Parthiv Patel

India

Thilan Thushara

Sri Lanka

Rajasthan Royals squad

The Rajasthan Royals are the defending champions.

BATSMEN

BOWLERS

Robert Quiney

Australia

Shane Warne(Captain/coach)

Australia

Lee Carseldine

Australia

Shaun Tait

Australia

Yusuf Pathan

India

Shane Harwood

Australia

Mohammad Kaif

India

Munaf Patel

India

Swapnil Asnodkar

India

Sumeet Khatri

India

Ravindra Jadeja

India

Anup Revandkar

India

Dinesh Salunkhe

India

Morné Morkel

South Africa

Raiphi Gomez

India

WICKET KEEPERS

Graeme Smith

South Africa

Mahesh Rawat

India

COACHES

ALL ROUNDERS

Darren Berry (director of coaches)

Australia

Shane Watson

Australia

Jeremy Snape (high performance coach)

England

Dimitri Mascarenhas

England

Harish Joshi (assistant head coach)

India

Siddharth Trivedi

India

Mohsin Sheikh (performance analyst)

India

Tyron Henderson

South Africa

Darren Berry (director of coaches)

Australia

 

 

Bangalore Royal Challengers

BATSMEN

ALL ROUNDERS

Prince Surana(Captain)

England

Cameron White

Australia

Kevin Pietersen
(2 weeks only)

England
(born South Africa)

Balachandra Akhil

India

Wasim Jaffer

India

Virat Kohli

India

Manish Pandey

India

Praveen Kumar

India

Pankaj Surana

India

Jacques Kallis

South Africa

Robin Uthappa

India

Roelof van der Merwe

South Africa

Jesse Ryder

New Zealand

Dillon du Preez

South Africa

Ross Taylor

New Zealand

WICKET KEEPERS

BOWLERS

Shreevats Goswami

India

Nathan Bracken

Australia

Mark Boucher

South Africa

Vinay Kumar

India

COACHES

Anil Kumble

India

Vijay Bharadwaj (assistant head coach)

India

Pankaj Singh

India

Ray Jennings (head coach)

South Africa

Tinu Yohannan

India

   

Dale Steyn

South Africa

 

 

Delhi Daredevils

BATSMEN

ALL ROUNDERS

David Warner

Australia

Andrew McDonald

Australia

Owais Shah

England

Paul Collingwood

England

Gautam Gambhir

India

Rajat Bhatia

India

Virender Sehwag(captain)

India

Mithun Manhas

India

Manoj Tiwary

India

Tillakaratne Dilshan

Sri Lanka

BOWLERS

Farveez Maharoof

Sri Lanka

Glenn McGrath

Australia

WICKET KEEPERS

Dirk Nannes

Australia

Dinesh Karthik

India

Vijaykumar Yo Mahesh

India

AB de Villiers

South Africa

Amit Mishra

India

COACHES

Ashish Nehra

India

Dennis Lillee (bowling consultant)

Australia

Pradeep Sangwan

India

David Saker (assistant head coach)

Australia

Daniel Vettori

New Zealand

Greg Shipperd (head coach)

Australia

 

 

Adhishwar (selector)

 

 

 

Justin Steer (physiotherapist)

 

Kings XI Punjab

Emirates Airline are the title sponsors of the Kings XI Punjab, who are based in Mohali (India).

BATSMEN

ALL ROUNDERS

Simon Katich

Australia

James Hopes

Australia

Shaun Marsh

Australia

Ravi Bopara

England

Luke Pomersbach

Australia

Piyush Chawla

India

Yash Gandhi

India

Wilkin Mota

India

Karan Goel

India

Ryan Ninan

India

Sahil Kukreja

India

Irfan Pathan

India

Sunny Sohal

India

Ramesh Powar

India

Tanmay Srivastava

India

Yuvraj Singh (captain)

India

Mahela Jayawardene

Sri Lanka

WICKET KEEPERS

BOWLERS

Uday Kaul

India

Burt Cockley

Australia

Kumar Sangakkara

Sri Lanka

Brett Lee

Australia

COACHES

Ajitesh Argal

India

Tom Moody (head coach)

Australia

Vikram Raj Vir Singh

India

Trevor Penney (1st assistant coach)

Zimbabwe

Sreesanth

India

Dave Nosworthy (2nd assistant coach)

South Africa

Yusuf Abdulla

South Africa

Patrick Farhart (physiotherapist)

 

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Kingfisher Airlines plane in Safair Hangar at Cape Town International Airport

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