The Indian Premier League is back underway and back on our screens this weekend.
With 31 of the scheduled 60 games still left on the schedule, it’s all to play for as the Delhi Capitals currently top the table with 12 points.
The first game back sees the Chennai Super Kings face current champions the Mumbai Indians.
Despite offers from several English counties to host the remaining matches, the rest of the Indian Super League season will now take place in the United Arab Emirates.
How to watch the Indian Premier League on UK TV
Most matches from the Indian Super League will be available to watch on Sky Sports’ dedicated cricket channel, as well as Sky Sports Main Event.
This Sunday’s match with the Chennai Super Kings and the Mumbai Indians, however, will only be available through the Red Button.
If you’re not a Sky Sports subscriber but you’d like to get involved in the remaining matches of the Indian Premier League, you can check out out their latest sports packages here or find the latest Sky discounts at sky.com/deals
Current 2021 IPL Standings
Chennai Super Kings, who sit two points and one game behind the current leaders the Delhi Capitals, are considered favourites with the bookies, with most pricing them at around 11/4 on.
There is still plenty by way of contenders, however, and most teams still have 50% of their matches remaining.Past Indian Super League Champions
Winners of 3 of the last 4 seasons, the Mumbai Indians, who currently sit in 4th place, have 8 points to Chennai’s 12 but have one game spare.Internet Explorer Channel Network