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The Best IPL 2023 Matches in the History of Tournament

IPL 2023 Timetable: The IPL 2023 will be held from March 31st to May 29. The matches will be held at different venues in India.

There will be a total of 10 teams participating in IPL 2023. Two new teams have entered the tournament, the Lucknow SuperGiants and the Gujarat Titans. Therefore, it is expected that a total of 74 matches will be played during the IPL 2023 season.

Here are the Top 6 Best IPL Matches in the History of IPL all Seasons:

From high-scoring run chases to last-ball finishes, the IPL has given us some unforgettable moments. In this article, we bring you the top 3 best IPL matches in the history of all seasons that left the fans on the edge of their seats and provided them with an experience they will never forget. So get ready to relive some of the most memorable moments in IPL history.

3. Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight Riders (2011)
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In a thrilling display of resilience and determination, Mumbai Indians (MI) have historically showcased their ability to clinch last-minute victories from the brink of defeat. One such exhilarating encounter took place in Kolkata nine years ago, which epitomizes MI’s knack for staging dramatic comebacks.

MI found themselves on the verge of losing when Kieron Pollard’s leg stump was sent flying, with the team still needing 40 runs off just 15 balls. However, James Franklin stepped up to the challenge and unleashed a series of inspiring hits that turned the tide.

Facing a daunting task of scoring 21 runs in the final over, the New Zealand batsman fearlessly hammered Lakshmipathy Balaji for four consecutive boundaries. Then, Ambati Rayudu seized the moment and dispatched the last delivery – a leg-stump full toss – into the amazed Eden Gardens crowd. This unforgettable six secured MI’s place in the quarter-finals.

2. Kolkata Knight Riders Vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, (2008)
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A list that talks about the best matches in the International Premier League cannot leave out the very first match of the tournament. On the night of the IPL finals, commentators were talking about how it would change cricket as we knew it, but little did they know that it would also become a reality on that very same night.

On the very first day of the Indian Premier League, Brendon McCullum scored 158 off just 73 balls and remained unbeaten. He played ferociously throughout his spellbinding innings and smashed 13 sixes and 10 boundaries throughout the innings.

1. Punjab Kings vs Kolkata Knight Riders, (2014 IPL Final)
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In the final against Kolkata Knight Riders, Punjab Kings, or Kings XI Punjab, had lost the last two encounters against Kolkata Knight Riders. The first qualifying match for the playoffs took place a week ago, and it was the first qualifier in the playoffs. But Punjab still brought their best game to the final.

 Kolkata-native Wriddhiman Saha, who played an exceptional knock of 115 runs from 55 balls, was the man of the match. In addition to Manan Vohra who outscored him with 67 runs from 52 deliveries, he was equally supported by the other players.

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