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Rajasthan Royals IPL 2020 schedule: Check fixture, match timing and venue

At 11, RR had the highest number of players bought in the IPL 2020 auctions; it roped in five uncapped ones, including promising youngsters Yashaswi Jaiswal and Kartik Tyagi

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Rajasthan Royals. Photo: PTI
Rajasthan Royals. Photo: PTI

(RR), the champion of the inaugural edition of (IPL) will kick off their campaign against last season’s runner-up (CSK) in an away fixture at Chennai’s Chepauk Stadium on April 2. In the auctions, RR bought the most number of players (11), including five uncapped ones. Among the five uncapped players, two — Kartik Tyagi and Yashaswi Jaiswal — are from the celebrated India Under-19 team that reached the finals of the recently concluded ICC Under-19 World Cup.

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First Published: Sun, February 23 2020. 17:36 IST