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Celebrity Cricket League 2023 schedule: CCL 2023 fixtures and match list

Dixit Bhargav

Celebrity Cricket League 2023 schedule: CCL 2023 fixtures and match list

Cricket and movies are the two default modes of entertainment for people living in India. The two contrasting industries have been ruling the hearts of Indians for time immemorial. While the two are enough as an independent entity to allure the interest of citizens of this country, expect a euphoria when both of these come together for a common cause.

The common cause in the near future will be the upcoming 10th season of Celebrity Cricket League. Named “CCL Reloaded”, the tournament will resume after a three-year hiatus to become a source of amazement for one and all.

A total of eight teams, representing eight different film industries (language) of the country, will participate in a 31-day tournament which will be played across as many as seven venues. Each team will get to play a total of four league matches before the Top Four will qualify for the semi-finals. Both the semi-finals and the all-important final match will be played in Hyderabad.

Readers must note that there will only be 10 match days in this month-long competition. With matches scheduled to be played only on weekends keeping in mind the hectic schedules of 100+ celebrities from different parts of the country, week days won’t comprise any match.

Some members of Punjab De Sher most recently paid a visit to the renowned The Kapil Sharma Show. Photos of the same are doing the rounds across social media platforms.


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Celebrity Cricket League 2023 schedule

February 18 – Bengal Tigers vs Karnataka Bulldozers in Raipur

February 18 – Chennai Rhinos vs Mumbai Heroes in Raipur

February 19 – C3 Kerala Strikers vs Telugu Warriors in Lucknow

February 19 – Punjab De Sher vs Bhojpuri Dabangga in Lucknow

February 25 – Chennai Rhinos vs Bhojpuri Dabanggas in Jaipur

February 25 – Bengal Tigers vs Telugu Warriors in Jaipur

February 26 – C3 Kerala Strikers vs Karnataka Bulldozers in Jaipur

February 26 – Punjab De Sher vs Mumbai Heroes in Jaipur

March 4 – Punjab De Sher vs Telugu Warriors in Bengaluru

March 4 – Chennai Rhinos vs Karnataka Bulldozers in Bengaluru

March 5 – Bengal Tigers vs Bhojpuri Dabanggas in Trivandrum

March 5 – C3 Kerala Strikers vs Mumbai Heroes in Trivandrum

March 11 – C3 Kerala Strikers vs Bhojpuri Dabanggas in Jodhpur

March 11 – Punjab De Sher vs Karnataka Bulldozers in Jodhpur

March 12 – Chennai Rhinos vs Telugu Warrios in Jodhpur

March 12 – Bengal Tigers vs Mumbai Heroes in Jodhpur

March 18 – Semi-finals in Hyderabad

March 19 – Final in Hyderabad

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Dixit Bhargav

Dixit Bhargav


Born and brought up in Pathankot, Dixit Bhargav is an engineering and sports management graduate who works as a Cricket Editor at The SportsRush. Having written more than 10,000 articles across more than five years at TSR, his first cricketing memory dates back to 2002 when former India captain Sourav Ganguly had waved his jersey at the historic Lord’s balcony. What followed for an 8-year-old was an instant adulation for both Ganguly and the sport. The optimist in him is waiting for the day when Punjab Kings will win their maiden Indian Premier League title. When not watching cricket, he is mostly found in a cinema hall watching a Punjabi movie.

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