The Kolkata Knight Riders will open their marketing campaign towards defending champions Mumbai Indians on 23 September in Abu Dhabi, whereas the Knight Riders will tackle the Rajasthan Royals in Dubai on 1 November of their final league match. The league matches schedule has been introduced, with the primary match to be performed on 19 September between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians. Right there, 3November is the final league match to be performed, through which Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad will face one another. The Kolkata Knight Riders workforce is practising closely. Let's check out how Kolkata Knight Riders' taking part in XI could beis- Kolkata Knight Riders Possible Playing XI:Dinesh Karthik (captain and wicketkeeper), Eoin Morgan (vice captain), Shubman Gill, Sunil Narayan, Andre Russell, Nitish Rana, Rahul Tripathi,Kuldeep Yadav, Pat Cummins, Varun Chakraborty and Siddhesh Lad. Kolkata Knight Riders Squad 2020:Dinesh Karthik (captain and wicketkeeper), Eoin Morgan (vice captain), Shubman Gill, Tom Banton, Sunil Narayan, Andre Russell, Nitish Rana, RahulTripathi, Kuldeep Yadav, Pat Cummins, Famous Krishna, Loki Ferguson, Rinku Singh, Kamlesh Nagerkoti, Shivam Mavi, Nikhil Nayak, Chris Green, M.Siddharth, Sandeep Warrier, Varun Chakraborty and Siddhesh Lad. Kolkata Knight Riders' league matches schedule- The date \t\t\tAgainst \t\t\tAs per Indian time \t\t\tVenue \t\t23 September \t\t\tMumbai Indians \t\t\t7:30 PM \t\t\tAbu Dhabi \t\t26 September \t\t\tSunrisers Hyderabad \t\t\t7:30 PM \t\t\tAbu Dhabi \t\t30 September \t\t\tRajasthan Royals \t\t\t7:30 PM \t\t\tDubai \t\t3 October \t\t\tDelhi capitals \t\t\t7:30 PM \t\t\tSharjah \t\t4 October \t\t\tSunrisers Hyderabad \t\t\t3:30 PM \t\t\tSharjah \t\t7 October \t\t\tChennai superkings \t\t\t7:30 PM \t\t\tAbu Dhabi \t\t10 October \t\t\tKings xi punjab \t\t\t3:30 PM \t\t\tAbu Dhabi \t\t12 October \t\t\tRoyal Challengers Bangalore \t\t\t7:30 PM \t\t\tSharjah \t\t16 October \t\t\tMumbai Indians \t\t\t7:30 PM \t\t\tAbu Dhabi \t\t18 October \t\t\tSunrisers Hyderabad \t\t\t3:30 PM \t\t\tAbu Dhabi \t\t21 October \t\t\tRoyal Challengers Bangalore \t\t\t7:30 PM \t\t\tAbu Dhabi \t\t24 October \t\t\tDelhi capitals \t\t\t3:30 PM \t\t\tAbu Dhabi \t\t29 October \t\t\tChennai superkings \t\t\t7:30 PM \t\t\tDubai \t\tNovember 1st \t\t\tRajasthan Royals \t\t\t7:30 PM \t\t\tDubai \t\tSignificantly, after an extended wait, the Indian Premier League (IPL) schedule was launched on 6 September and as per custom, the defending champions Mumbai Indians will tackle final 12 months's runners-up Chennai Super Kings within the first match on 19 September in Abu Dhabi. The world's largest T20 league is being held this 12 months in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah in three areas of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) because of the enhance in circumstances of Kovid-19 in India. According to the BCCI launch, two matches can be performed for a complete of ten days. Of these, the primary match would begin at 3.30 pm Indian time, and the second match would begin at 7.30 pm. Dubai will host a complete of 24 matches. 20 matches can be performed in Abu Dhabi and 12 in Sharjah. The IPL 2020 playoff venues can be introduced later. The ultimate can be held on 10 November. The event will run for a complete of 53 days and thus turn into the longest working season within the historical past of IPL.