The losing team will get Rs 12.5 crore, last year Hyderabad got the amount
Orange Cap will be the name of foreign player for the third consecutive year, Warner will get Rs 10 lakh
The total prize money of the whole season of IPL in 2018 was 500 million, this time it increased to 55 crore rupees
Sports desk On Sunday, the IPL final will be played between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Hyderabad. The winning team will get Rs 20 crore in the prize. The losing team will be given 12.5 million rupees. Last year, Chennai beat Sunrise Hyderabad by name Winner Prize Money.
After the winner-runners-up, the highest amount will be given in two respective Grounds Awards. The ground that has seven league or more matches will get Rs 25 lakh for the ground, which will cost Rs 50 lakh and less.
Warner to get Orange cap for the third time
The highest score in the tournament and the highest wicket-taker bowlers are all watch. This time for the third consecutive time the foreign batsman will get the Orange Cap. David Warner has scored 692 runs in 12 matches. After him, Lokesh Rahul (593) of Punjab is second. Rahul's team did not reach the playoffs. In such a situation, they will not be able to retire Warner's run. Mahendra Singh Dhoni's name is the highest score in the finalists. He scored 414 runs in 14 matches. They are 278 runs behind Warner
Collision for Purple Cap in Rabada-Tahir
Delhi Capitals fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has taken the most wickets in the season. His name is 25 wickets in 12 matches. Rabada's team is out in qualifier 2. Imran Tahir of Chennai Superkings took 24 wickets in 16 matches. Their economy rate is better than Rabada. In such a case, if they take one wicket in the final, they will get a purple cap and Rs 10 lakh in the prize.
Prize money (in rupees)
man of the Match
Perfect catch of the match
Super Striker of the Match
Stylish player of the match
Game changer of the match
Best Ground (for a 7+ match)
Best Ground (for less than 7 matches)
Perfect Catch of the Season
Stylish Player of the Season
Game changer of the season
Emerging Player of the Season
Purple Cap (highest wicket)
Orange Cap (highest run)
Most Valuable Player of the Year
Super Striker of the Season
Car and trophy
IPL champions will get less than Rs 120 crores in comparison to Champions League
The Champions League is the world's largest football league. 150 crore rupees will be given to his winner team as a reward. At the same time, 139 million rupees are given to the NBA champion in the US basketball tournament. Compared to both of these, the IPL champions get very little money.
In the first season of the IPL, the winner received Rs 4.8 crore
The first season of the IPL was played in 2008. Then the champion team was given Rs 4.8 crore. In 2015 the champion team received 15 million At the same time, last year's team, the Champion, got Rs 20 crore. The team of Chennai and Mumbai has been the champion of three times.