This Blog-post will update you with Vivo IPL 2020 Points table
The Indian Premier League (IPL) is so much more than a mere Cricket tournament. It is a wonderful blend of joy and sorrow, team spirit and most importantly, passion for the sport. This competition has improved not only the level of cricket in the country, but it has created a sense of togetherness amongst the people as they jointly watch eight of their own city teams battle it out towards winning the ultimate prize.
The Indian Premier League (IPL) was established in 2008 by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). It was launched to set up a professional Twenty-20 cricket league in our country during the months of April and May every year.
Eight teams were formed to appear for eight different cities in India. For the Vivo IPL 2020 session, there are rumours that the competition might expand to be a ten-team rivalry.
However, now, only eight teams will be participating. Each team will play 14 matches each and will be scored based on the results of these matches. This intense competition is highly awaited by all those, inside and outside the country. It has a huge fan base all over the world and is largely streamed on various websites with live streaming. This event has made great strides in recent years.
There have been twelve successful seasons of this tournament and the current title is being held by the Mumbai Indians, who won the season of 2019. The prize money offered to the winners of the upcoming Vivo IPL 2020 Champion will be like that of the cash prize offered in 2019.
In 2019, the winners were awarded total prize money of Rs.500 million where the winning team was given Rs.200 million and the first and second runners up were given Rs.125 million and 87.5 million respectively. It has been reported that 971 players have registered for auction for the upcoming Vivo IPL 2020 Season 13 tournament. A multitude of fans and followers of the sport are eagerly awaiting the commencement of the upcoming 2020 Indian Premier League Season 13.
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When Indian Premier League (IPL) was started
The Indian Cricket League (ICL) was established in 2007, with financing given by Zee Entertainment Enterprises. It was founded by Lalit Modi, an Indian businessman, and cricket administrator. The ICL was not acknowledged by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) or the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the BCCI were not satisfied with its advisory group representatives joining the ICL official board. To stop the players from joining the ICL, the BCCI expanded the amount of cash that was awarded to them in their own competitions and furthermore enforced lifetime bans on players joining the ICL, which was viewed as a radical group by the board.
How IPL points table are calculated
Vivo IPL Points Table 2020, the points will be calculated according to the general rules of the tournament as was followed in the previous years.
A team’s run rate (RR), or runs per over (RPO), is the average amount of runs won per over by the entire team in the total innings. The formula for run rate can be seen as under:
Run rate = total runs scored/ total overs faced
The concept of net run rate involves the difference between the opponents’ run rate and the team’s run rate. The formula for match run rate is given as below
Match run rate = total runs scored/total overs faced – total runs conceded/ total overs bowled
If all the teams are tied with an equal score of points on the IPL Points Table, the Net Run Rate will be considered for playoff entry.
NET RUN RATE
Net Run Rate (NRR) is basically a statistical method that is used in the evaluation of teamwork and its performance throughout the tournament. This is the most applied method in ranking the teams with equal points in limited-overs. This is how NRR will make its way to the Indian Premier League 2020 Points Table. NRR figuring will come into significance when at least two groups are tied similarly at the Vivo IPL Points Table 2020.
The NRR equation is:
NRR = ((Total runs scored by the group)/(Total overs played by the group)) – ((Total runs scored against group)/(Total overs played against group))
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