Karnataka Premier League 2020 Schedule | KPL 2020 Schedule

Karnataka Premier League 2020 Schedule | KPL 2020 Schedule:- The Karnataka Premier League is a T20 cricket league established by the Karnataka State Cricket Association in August 2009. As of 2020, there are 7 teams competing in the Karnataka Premier League.

Then Karnataka Premier League was inactive in 2011, 2012 and 2013. After a gap of 3 years, Karnataka Premier League’s third edition commenced in Mysore in August.

 

Karnataka Premier League 2020 Schedule

Karnataka Premier League 2020 schedule is not released yet.

 

Karnataka Premier League Teams

  • Shivamogga Lions
  • Hubli Tigers
  • Mysuru Warriors
  • Bijapur Bulls
  • Belagavi Panthers
  • Ballari Tuskers
  • Bengaluru Blasters

Shivamogga Lions Squad

  • Sharath Hs
  • Sujith N G
  • Prithviraj
  • Pradeep Gangadhar
  • Pradeep T
  • Rohith Gowda
  • Shivaraj S
  • Akshay Ballal
  • Nihal Ullal
  • Rishabh Singh
  • Prashanth Subbarayappa
  • Rohit K
  • Arjun Hoysala A
  • K Hoysala
  • Manjunath Sp
  • Nidhish M
  • Abhimanyu Mithun
  • Pavan Deshpande

 

Hubli Tigers Squad

  • Shrijith K L
  • Shivil
  • Vinay
  • Luvnith Sisodia
  • K B Pawan
  • Shishir Bhavane
  • Aditya Somanna
  • Abhilash
  • M D Taha
  • S Suraj
  • Vidyadhar Patil
  • Dheeraj Shashidhar
  • Parikshith
  • Vishwanathan M
  • David Mathias
  • Mahesh Patel B M
  • Mitrakant Singh Yadav
  • Praveen Dubey

 

Mysuru Warriors Squad

  • J Suchith
  • Vyshak V
  • Kushaal Mahesh Wadhwani
  • Siddharth
  • Manjesh Reddy N V
  • K S Devaiah
  • Shoaib Manager
  • Shivakumar B U
  • Vinay N Sagar
  • Venkatesh M
  • Saurabh Yadav
  • Jayesh Babu
  • Kishan S Bedare
  • Nischal D
  • Ram Sarikh
  • Sankalp Shailendra Shettennavar
  • Amit Verma
  • Anirudha A Joshi

 

Bijapur Bulls Squad

  • K C Cariappa
  • Suneel Raju
  • Shimon Luiz
  • Bharath Chipli
  • Swapnil Shivaji Yelave
  • Mohith B A
  • S L Akshay
  • Bhareth Narayann Prasad
  • R Praveen Kumar
  • Samarth Ooty
  • Prateek Jain
  • Liyan Khan
  • Suraj S Kamath
  • Chiranjeevi G S
  • Jeswanth Acharya
  • Raajoo Bhatkal
  • Sourab Muttur
  • Naveen M G
  • Pranav Bhatia

 

Belagavi Panthers Squad

  • Abdul Majid
  • Manish Pandey
  • Rakshith S
  • Samarth R
  • Arshdeep Singh Brar
  • Zahoor Faroqui
  • Kiran A M
  • Sharan Gouda
  • Abhinav Manohar
  • Shubhang Hegde
  • Ritesh Bhatkal
  • Mir Kaunain Abbas
  • Stalin Hoover
  • Vijay Kumar Ramachandra Patil
  • Lochan Appanna
  • Nischith N Rao
  • Darshan M B
  • Darshan Machaiah B P
  • Avinash D
  • Dikshanshu

 

Ballari Tuskers Squad

  • Niyas Nizar
  • Appanna
  • Ziaur Rehaman
  • Abhishek Reddy
  • Vishnu Priyan
  • Kazi Abrar
  • K Gowtham
  • Karthik C A
  • Prasidh M Krishna
  • Bhavesh Gulechha
  • Devdutt Padikkal
  • Zeeshan Ali
  • Ruchir Joshi
  • Sharath Srinivas
  • Santokh Singh
  • C M Gautam
  • Sharana Basava
  • Suraj Reddy B N
  • Gaurav Dhiman

 

Bengaluru Blasters Squad

  • Kishore
  • Dhuri
  • Aditya Goyal
  • Rohan Kadam
  • M S Bhandage
  • Rishi Bopanna S A
  • Jonathan R
  • Anil I G
  • Sharath Belur Ravi
  • Nishant Singh Shekawat
  • Anand Doddamani
  • Nikin Jose S J
  • Muthanna Chandrashekhar Nayak
  • Kuldeep Kumar
  • Anurag Bajpai
  • Naga Bharath
  • Bharath D
  • Koushik V
  • Bicycle Pizza Cutter

 

KPL Winners List

Season Teams Final’s venue Winner Runner-Up
2009/10 8 M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru Provident Bangalore Belagavi Panthers
2010/11 8 M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru Mangalore United Provident Bangalore
2011/12 Not played
2012/13
2013/14
2014/15 7 D.R. Bendre Cricket Stadium, Hubballi Mysore Warriors Belagavi Panthers
2015/16 8 Gangothri Glades Cricket Ground, Mysuru Bijapur Bulls Hubli Tigers
2016/17 8 D.R. Bendre Cricket Stadium, Hubballi Bellary Tuskers Hubli Tigers
2017/18 7 D.R. Bendre Cricket Stadium, Hubballi Belagavi Panthers Bijapur Bulls
2018/19 7 Srikantadatta Narasimha Raja Wadeyar Ground, Mysuru Bijapur Bulls Bengaluru Blasters
2019/20 7 Srikantadatta Narasimha Raja Wadeyar Ground, Mysuru Hubli Tigers Bellary Tuskers

 

In Karnataka Premier League total of 25 matches to be played over 17 days and across 2 venues – M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru and Srikantadatta Narasimha Raja Wadiyar Ground in Mysuru.

Karnataka Premier League will be played like the old format, the top four teams will play the semi-final and the winners teams will play the final match.

The Star Sports Network has the Karnataka Premier League broadcasting rights for the upcoming season while Hotstar to provide the KPL 2020 live streaming on its app.

Karnataka Premier League has been beset with allegations of corruption. However, in 2019, Karnataka High Court released the bookie arrested in the Scandal on bail.

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