With the cricketing bonanza just a few days away from its first match at Abu Dhabi, fans seem equally excited for the second match at the Dubai International Stadium. The stadium will host 24 matches this season, the highest amongst the three venues in UAE. However, as per schedule, 4 matches are likely to be the afternoon ones.

This multi-purpose stadium at Dubai, erected with Canadian architecture, has a capacity of up to 30,000 spectators. With the first cricket match being played in 2009, the stadium has been the venue for various international matches thereon. The stadium also has a striking feature. Known as the “Ring of Fire”, there are 350 Floodlights installed in a way that shadows on the ground are minimized.

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The Dubai International Cricket Stadium is the venue of the following IPL 2020 matches:

September 20: DC vs KXIP

September 21: SRH vs RCB

September 24: KXIP vs RCB

September 25: CSK vs DC

September 28: RCB vs MI

September 30: RR vs KXIP

October 2: CSK vs SRH

October 4: KXIP vs CSK

October 5: RCB vs DC

October 8: SRH vs KXIP

October 10: CSK vs RCB

October 11: SRH vs RR

October 13: SRH vs CSK

October 14: DC vs RR

October 17: RR vs RCB

October 18: MI vs KXIP

October 20: KXIP vs DC

October 22: RR vs SRH

October 24: KXIP vs SRH

October 25: RCB vs CSK

October 27: SRH vs DC

October 29: CSK vs KKR

October 31: DC vs MI

November 1: KKR vs RR