Csk Time Table 2023
- 0.1 Will CSK come back in 2023?
- 1 Will Ben Stokes play IPL 2023?
- 2 How did CSK win with 171 runs?
- 3 How many players will play in IPL 2023 in a match?
How many matches will CSK play in 2023?
IPL 2023 Schedule – The BCCI released the schedule for IPL 2023 on Friday (February 17), which will be the tournament’s 16th edition. Beginning on March 31, 2023, defending champions Gujarat Titans will face Chennai Super Kings, the four-time winners, in the opener at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium.
- The season will feature 10 teams and follow the same format as the previous year, with each side playing 14 league games (7 at home and 7 away).
- The top 4 teams from the standings will progress to the playoffs, and while the dates for these games have not yet been announced, the finals will take place on May 28th, 2023, after the league stage concludes on May 21st.
There will be a total of 74 matches in the IPL, comprising 70 league games and 4 playoff matches. This season, 18 double headers are scheduled, with the afternoon game at 3.30 PM IST and the evening match at 7.30 PM IST. For the first time since 2019, the stadiums will have full occupancy, and fixtures will take place throughout India.
Punjab Kings will play their first five home games in Mohali before moving to Dharamshala for the remaining two, whereas Rajasthan Royals will start with two home games in Guwahati before returning to Jaipur for their subsequent games. IPL 2023 commenced with a thrilling encounter between defending champions Gujarat Giants and Chennai Super Kings at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium on the 31st of March 2023.
In their debut season, under the leadership of Hardik Pandya, GT exhibited their dominance, clinching a top spot in the IPL 2022 Points Table with 20 points in 14 matches, including ten wins and four losses. IPL 2023 Schedule for this IPL Session is given below.
Will CSK come back in 2023?
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What will be the squad of CSK in 2023?
CSK Auction 2023 – Full Squad – The updated CSK Squad 2023 includes these players: MS Dhoni, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Subhranshu Senapati, Moeen Ali, Rajvardhan Hangargekar, Devon Conway, Shivam Dube, Dwaine Pretorius, Mitchell Santner, Tushar Deshpande, Ravindra Jadeja, Mukesh Chowdhary, Deepak Chahar, Ambati Rayudu, Matheesha Pathirana, Simarjeet Singh, Prashant Solanki, Maheesh Theekshana, Ben Stokes, Nishant Sindhu, Ajinkya Rahane, Sisanda Magala, Ajay Mandal, Shaik Rasheed, Bhagath Varma.
Will Ben Stokes play IPL 2023?
NEW DELHI: Struggling with fitness issues, England Test captain Ben Stokes is set to return home after Chennai Super Kings ‘ final IPL league match to give himself enough time to prepare for next month’s Ashes. The 31-year-old, who was bought by CSK for Rs 16.25 crore during the IPL auction in December 2022, participated in just the first two matches for CSK, scoring 7 and 8 and conceded 18 runs in his only over with the ball.
With the Ashes series between England and Australia beginning with the opening Test on June 16, Stokes “will return to the UK after their final group game against Delhi Capitals on Saturday afternoon”, according to a report in ESPNcricinfo. As part of their preparation, England are also set to play a Test against Ireland at Lord’s on June 1 and Stokes, who has a long-running knee issue, had expressed his desire to “give myself enough time to get back and play that game” and “fulfil my role as fourth seamer” during the Ashes.
Following the April 3 game, Stokes didn’t play any match for CSK initially due to a toe injury. On April 22, CSK chief coach Stephen Fleming had said that Stokes has “suffered an injury setback and will be out for a week.” The star all-rounder was available for selection again last week but didn’t feature in the playing XI for CSK. While CSK are sitting pretty at the second spot in the IPL standings, Fleming said after their loss to Kolkata Knight Riders on Sunday that bowling remains “a bit of a challenge” at the moment for Stokes and he is there as “batting cover”.
How did CSK win with 171 runs?
Elation all around: MS Dhoni embraces Ravindra Jadeja after the latter hit the winning runs off the last ball to hand CSK its record-equalling fifth IPL title. | Photo Credit: DEEPAK KR Elation all around: MS Dhoni embraces Ravindra Jadeja after the latter hit the winning runs off the last ball to hand CSK its record-equalling fifth IPL title. | Photo Credit: DEEPAK KR Chennai Super Kings (CSK) pulled off a stunning heist to beat Gujarat Titans (GT) by five wickets and win its fifth Indian Premier League title at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad in the wee hours of Tuesday.
Chasing a rain-curtailed 171-run target in 15 overs, CSK needed 10 to win off the last two balls, only for Ravindra Jadeja to hoist Mohit Sharma straight down the ground for a six and follow it up with a glanced four to the fine-leg boundary. Mohit, until then, had seemed set to defend 13 runs in the last over.
He conceded just three off the first four deliveries but missed his length trying to bowl yorkers off the last two. Sai Sudharsan’s terrific 96 (47b, 8×4, 6×6) had propelled defending champion GT to a mammoth 214 for four. The score was the highest any team had made in an IPL final, but CSK was left to chase a reduced target after a 20-minute shower three balls into its reply left the turf unplayable for nearly two hours and 30 minutes.
- Two practice pitches at the extreme ends of the main 22-yard strip were mangled because the covers couldn’t be brought on in time.
- But once the contest restarted at 12.10 a.m., CSK scored at a rapid pace.
- Ruturaj Gaikwad (26, 16b, 3×4, 1×6) and Devon Conway (47, 25b, 4×4, 2×6) put on 74 runs in just 39 balls, and Ajinkya Rahane (27, 13b, 2×4, 2×6) and Shivam Dube (32 n.o., 21b, 2×6) continued in the same vein.
With 38 needed from three overs, Ambati Rayudu, turning out for the last time in the IPL, hammered Mohit for two sixes and a four (19, 8b, 1×4, 2×6). But Mohit brought GT right back into the game by claiming Rayudu and M.S. Dhoni off back-to-back balls.
Mohammed Shami conceded just eight runs in the penultimate over, leaving Mohit to defend 13. And just when the 34-year-old former CSK pacer appeared to be getting the job done, Jadeja snatched victory from the jaws of defeat. Trump card Rashid Khan had an ordinary day for GT, conceding 44 runs in three overs.
Earlier in the evening, all eyes were on Indian cricket’s crown prince, Shubman Gill, who seemed set to own one of the game’s biggest stages. But Tamil Nadu batter Sudharsan, who was bought by GT in the February 2022 auction at his base price of Rs 20 lakh, ended up carving a niche for himself.
Coming in at the fall of Gill (67/1, eighth over), Sudharsan’s was a superbly paced knock. His first 20 runs took as many as 17 balls, watchful as he was when Jadeja and Maheesh Theekshana bowled stifling lines (overs seven to 10, 24 runs). But from the next 30 deliveries, he scored 76 golden runs to make his highest IPL score in his 13th match.
GT, after being asked to bat, had a fine PowerPlay, with Wriddhiman Saha (54, 39b, 5×4, 1×6) and Gill (39, 20b, 7×4) combining to score 62 runs. CSK didn’t help itself, fluffing as many as three chances, including a sitter by Deepak Chahar at square-leg when Gill was on three.
- And the batter capitalised, looking resplendent for as long as he was in the middle.
- The 23-year-old hit Tushar Deshpande and Theekshana for a hat-trick of fours each, but his best shot came off Chahar, a trademark half-cut when barely allowed any room.
- But in the seventh over, Jadeja worked his magic, drawing Gill out of the crease and having him stumped.
That brought Sudharsan to the middle, and after a few overs’ recce, he made the play. He steered Matheesha Pathirana to the off-side boundary twice to get going before smashing Jadeja and Theekshana for three sixes in the mid-wicket region. The half century (32b) came with a four behind point off Pathirana.
In the 17th over, Deshpande (4-0-56-0) was sent on a leather hunt. Sudharsan lined up for a scoop, but the ball sailed over Dhoni for a six via a leading edge. The 21-year-old, who oozes orthodoxy, perhaps felt corrupted and came up with three sublime drives to the fence: down the ground, through cover, and extra-cover.
And when Sudharsan launched Pathirana (4-0-44-0) for back-to-back sixes at the start of the 20th—over extra-cover and a slog-sweep over long-on—a century seemed imminent, only for a yorker-length ball to trap him in front. But even his best efforts were inadequate.
Why is CSK so good?
Chennai Super Kings won IPL 2023. Listen to this article Attention to detail, focusing on team culture, giving players freedom: How Chennai Super Kings won a record-equalling fifth IPL title x This triumph must feel special for Chennai Super Kings. They have tasted success before, and the first one in 2010 holds a special place and so does the one in 2018 after serving a two-year suspension. Chennai Super Kings players celebrate with the trophy after winning the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023, at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. (PTI Photo) In a cricketing eco-system where franchises seek a cutting edge every season in terms of adding new players as well as support staff and rely extensively on data, CSK remain an old-fashioned team.
They don’t believe in the concept of match-ups. They don’t believe a wrist-spinner is a non-negotiable part of the XI. They don’t deep-dive into data. They don’t have in place a robust scouting system. They don’t believe in coaches having a three-year cycle or sell-by date. In a tournament where commercial elements play a big role, they don’t believe in off-field gimmicks like jersey launches.
Instead, they keep it simple by being meticulous in their planning and preparation, and let the process take over. There is a reason why players (past and present) speak fondly of the CSK team culture, where there is no concept of team meetings, where training sessions are optional, players are allowed to plan their own sessions, where there is no interference from team owners and officials.
There is no compulsion to train, but it is hard to see any player skipping a training session and relaxing in their room overlooking the Marina beachfront enjoying their favourite cuisine. In essence, cricket remains in the forefront without one even realising it. While much has been spoken of the influence of MS Dhoni, the Super Kings have also benefited from a strong support staff led by head coach Stephen Fleming who has been part of the side since the first IPL season.
Instead of looking outside for new coaches, Chennai have looked within, with Mike Hussey and Dwayne Bravo graduating into coaches after their playing days. And when it comes to driving the team forward, they are the ones who are at the wheel, who hand it over to Dhoni on match days.
- Preparation is key Starting from their pre-season camp that begins in March, training sessions are so well planned and documented that they only replicate it in the match.
- Having struggled last season in conditions that were totally different to the strengths of their side, the Super Kings didn’t fret too much.
While most teams would have gone for a complete rejig at the auction, Chennai chose to buy two players – Ben Stokes and Ajinkya Rahane – who could potentially walk into the XI and strengthen it. With the tournament going back to the home-and-away format in varied conditions, the Super Kings showed the vision that many teams lacked, by opting for pitches at the MA Chidambaram Stadium that were far different to the ones they had played on previously.
Instead of the usual low, slow pitches, they played on varied surfaces at home, something that prepared them well for the away legs as well. It meant they won only four matches at home – their joint-lowest ever, but it put them in good stead to be ready for all conditions, especially what they would face in the play-offs.
For a team that has made 10 finals, prior to the 2023 edition, they had won only four, and they believed it was time to rectify the record. Ravindra Jadeja did what Dhoni had done for CSK for all these years. (IPL/BCCI) “In the past, we geared ourselves up for Chennai so well that we struggled in different conditions at times in the away games. So, the finals are always a little bit of a challenge, our record is about 50 percent maybe, that’s due to the style of game that we created.
- The victim of being so good at home is that we had to make adjustments when we went to a neutral venue.
- This year we’re a bit more rounded, we’ve had to be because of that reason.
- Going back to Chennai was hard in terms of conditions.
- I wanted to bowl (first vs Mumbai ), MS was the other way, and in Qualifier 1, it was the opposite.
So we were well off the mark in trying to get the conditions right, but this time around, the team was rounded enough to put performances together come the finals,” Fleming said. Culture kings This sort of attention to detail even before the start of the season is crucial, and also speaks of the culture in the team where they set their sight on the final despite talking of “one match at a time” at all points.
- When the Super Kings came out of the auction room, they were unsure of their playing XI, something that is not common with them.
- With limited resources in hand, for Chennai to go all the way, they had to maximise them and to do that, they just relied on having key conversations with players.
- Everyone gets an opportunity to express themselves, to discuss with various coaches and also with the skipper.
So, I think it does help a lot as a player when you know there are people around who give you a lot of confidence and positivity. Even though you face 10 deliveries and you have played seven-eight badly, there are people who will come to you and speak about those two-three good deliveries you played.
Who is best player in CSK?
1.Mahendra Singh Dhoni – credit : – DNA India Mahendra Singh Dhoni is easily one of the most successful cricketers in history. He has led Chennai Super Kings to several trophies and is a World Cup-winning captain. Dhoni’s batting skills have been praised by many, and he is considered one of the best batters in the world.
Who is the fast bowler in CSK 2023?
IPL 2023: CSK bowling coach reveals incredible target training routine for Matheesha Pathirana Chennai Super Kings’ long-standing bowling coach-turned-consultant Eric Simmons opened up about how he and the members of the team’s support staff are working with the incredible raw talent of Sri Lanka fast bowler Matheesha Pathirana in IPL 2023.
Stressing that Pathirana’s self-confidence has impressed him the most, Simmons gave a sneak peek into their training sessions a CSK. Matheesha Pathirana, who came in as a replacement player for CSK last year after the support staff and MS Dhoni spotted a video of the Sri Lankan pacer bowling back home, has shone in IPL 2023.
The 20-year-old, who has an action that is similar to that of legendary Lasith Malinga, has evolved into MS Dhoni’s trusted lieutenant, delivering those crucial overs to perfection at the death. IPL 2023: | Pathirana shone against Mumbai Indians at the Chepauk, picking up 3 wickets and conceding 15 runs after bowling 3 overs in the death.
- The Sri Lankan pacer got his yorker right, hitting the middle-stump to send back half-centurion Nehal Wadhera as CSK clinched a comfortable win in a one-sided contest.
- Pathirana has already taken 10 wickets in 7 matches and his economy rate is only improving slowly as batters are finding it harder and harder to get him in the death overs.
Speaking to the IPL in the lead-up to CSK’s home game against Delhi Capitals on May 10, Eric Simmons narrated how Pathirana trains for hitting the target at their net sessions and how he handles the rare talent. “I think what has impressed me the most is his maturity and his calmness under pressure.
To play under pressure and to be successful at this level, you have to want pressure. Otherwise, why are you doing it?” Simmons said. “I firmly believe that the best coach of any cricketer is the person himself. I often say that the lesser I speak, the better I coach. I have challenged him to search for accuracy.
Give him an absolute focus of the target and try and hit that thing. Don’t try and think how to do it, just feel it. In doing that, he is finding different things about himself and his action, which I could never explain to him as a coach. Not think it, but feel it.
“That’s been his journey, that’s been what we have been trying to do with him,” the senior bowling coach added. Heaping praise on Pathirana’s willingness to learn, Simmons said the 20-year-old has a lot of belief in himself and it helps him during crunch situations. “That’s is the single-most impressive thing about him, as a young man, he has not played quite a lot of cricket.
His self-belief and trust is one of the things that stands out for me,” he added. Simmons’s revelation comes after MS Dhoni heaped praise on Pathirana, saying his consistency at a very young age has been impressive. The Chennai Super KIngs captain also urged Sri Lanka Cricket to take care of the young fast bowler, hinting that it might not be ideal for him to play Test cricket.
Why CSK 15 points?
At present, the four-time winners stand second on the IPL Points Table with 15 points, courtesy of seven wins and one yielding a no-result after 13 matches played, and have a decent Net Run Rate (NRR) of 0.381. MS Dhoni and Co.
How many matches for each team in IPL 2023?
IPL 2023 Format – The 16th season of the IPL (IPL 2023) has reverted to the home and away format, where all the teams will play 7 home games and 7 away games respectively in the league stage. A total of 70 league-stage matches will be played across 12 venues over the course of 52 days.
|Group A||Group B|
Mumbai Indians Kolkata Knight Riders Rajasthan Royals Delhi Capitals Lucknow Super Giants
Chennai Super Kings Sunrisers Hyderabad Royal Challengers Bangalore Punjab Kings Gujrat Titans
How many matches CSK played in chepauk in 2023?
Updated: 30 April 2023 IPL 2023 CSK vs RR: IPL, T20I Stats And Records At MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk. One of the most recognizable cricket stadiums in India MA Chidambaram Stadium popularly known as Chepauk is the home ground for Chennai Super Kings (CSK). MA Chidambaram stadium has hosted many historic games over the years and continues to be a crucial location for both local and international cricket matches. Over the years, the stadium has hosted several high-profile cricket matches and has a long history.
|Date||Match||Time In IST|
|12th April||CSK vs RR||7:30 PM|
|21st April||CSK vs SRH||7:30 PM|
|30th April||CSK vs PBKS||3:30 PM|
|6th May||CSK vs MI||3:30 PM|
|10th May||CSK vs DC||7:30 PM|
|14th May||CSK vs KKR||7:30 PM|
How much is CSK worth in 2023?
1. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) – USD 212 Million or INR 1746.88 Crores: – Chennai Super Kings celebrate their 5th IPL title win. (Image Source: IPL) Well, the Chennai Super Kings have not only won their fifth title to equal MI’s record, but they have also stretched their lead over MI in terms of brand value. The winners of the 16th edition have topped the chart once again, just like in 2022.
- MS Dhoni and a star-studded team are the prime reasons behind this.
- CSK had a brand value of USD 146 million at the end of the 2022 season; it has increased by 45.2 percent to USD 212 million (INR 1746.88 crore) after their win in the IPL 2023.
- They are the first team to have a brand value of over USD 200 million.
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How many players will play in IPL 2023 in a match?
Frequently Asked Questions About IPL 2023: – 1. How many teams will play in IPL 2023? 10 teams will play in IPL 2023.2. What are the two new teams in IPL 2023? Gujarat Titans and Lucknow Super Giants are the two new teams in IPL 2023.3. When will IPL 2023 begin? IPL 2023 is tentatively scheduled at the end week of March or the first week of April.4.