In IPL 2023 – the upcoming season of world’s most popular cricket league, there will be 10 teams participating for the IPL winner trophy. Ahead of IPL 2022, BCCI has extended the tournament from 8 teams with addition of Lucknow Super Giants & IPL 2022 winner – Gujarat Titans.
Here are all the details about the 10 teams which will be participating in IPL 2022.
|S. No.||Teams||Captain||Head Coach|
|1||Chennai Super Kings (CSK)||MS Dhoni/Ruturaj Gaikwad||Stephen Fleming|
|2||Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR)||Shreyas Iyer||Brendon McCullum|
|3||Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB)||Faf du Plessis/Glenn Maxwell||Sanjay Bangar|
|4||Mumbai Indians (MI)||Rohit Sharma||Mahela Jayawardene|
|5||Rajasthan Royals (RR)||Sanju Samson||Kumar Sangakkara|
|6||Delhi Capitals (DC)||Rishabh Pant||Ricky Ponting|
|7||Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)||Kane Williamson||Tom Moody|
|8||Lucknow Super Giants (LSG)||KL Rahul||Andy Flower|
|9||Gujarat TItans (GT)||Hardik Pandya||Ashish Nehra|
|10||Punjab Kings (PBKS)||Mayank Agarwal||Anil Kumble|
The IPL 2023 (IPL 16) is all set to start from March 25 2023 and will be played completely in India. Gujarat Titans – who are the winners of the IPL 2022 – will be looking to defend their title next year.
The telecast rights of TV Broadcast of IPL 2023 matches are with Disney Star Network while the Voot app (OTT platform) will live stream all the matches of IPL 2023 in subcontinent.