The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) will be seen in action on the third matchday (11 April) of IPL 2021 as they take on the Sunrisers Hyderabad. Eoin Morgan’s side then face off against the Royal Challengers Bangalore and the Mumbai Indians.
The BCCI announced the schedule for IPL 2021 on Sunday (March 7). The entire competition will be held across six venues – Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium will be the venue for the entire playoff stage as well as the final on May 30. Each team will play in four of the six centers in the group stage.
Final will be played in the world news and largest stadium Known as Narendra Modi Stadium.
|Match No.||Date||KKR vs||Venue||Time (IST)|
|3||April 11, Sun||SRH||7:30 PM||Chennai|
|5||April 13, Tue||MI||7:30 PM||Chennai|
|10||April 18, Sun||RCB||3:30 PM||Chennai|
|15||April 21, Wed||CSK||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|18||April 24, Sat||RR||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|21||April 26, Mon||PK||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
|25||April 29, Thurs||DC||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
|30||May 3, Mon||RCB||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
|35||May 8, Sat||DC||3:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
|39||May 10, Mon||MI||7:30 PM||Bengaluru|
|41||May 12, Wed||CSK||7:30 PM||Bengaluru|
|45||May 15, Sat||PK||7:30 PM||Bengaluru|
|49||May 18, Tues||RR||7:30 PM||Bengaluru|
|52||May 21, Fri||SRH||3:30 PM||Bengaluru|