There are plenty of websites out on the internet which provide updates and news about the Indian Premier League. We have researched the best ones among them just to make things easier for you. Here are top five websites you can follow to keep yourself up to date with the IPL 2018.

1) Sportskeeda - Sportskeeda is a all-sports website, but if you are looking to get quick, latest and easily available updates on the IPL, look no further. Sportskeeda covers IPL extensively and provides IPL live score of ongoing matches. They have running text commentary system as well which is ball to ball and is fast and reliable. If you want to get the IPL schedule, news, updates and team profiles, this is the website you need to go to.

2) Cricbuzz - This site is the ultimate place for anything regarding cricket. It is really fast in displaying ball to ball scores and live updates from the ongoing play of most cricket matches including the IPL. You can easily get the IPL scorecard at the end of the match also, which will summarize the game for you.

3) UCCricket - Many cricket fans follow this site for their running text commentary. The comment updates are sometimes even faster than the score board so it is a surety that you won’t miss any action. The site interface is clean and easy to understand.

4) - This is the official IPL site so you know you are getting everything directly from the source. They have live score updates to catch the running action. The official site also provides video highlights and important moments of the match so you can relive your favorite parts of the game. The site also contains in-depth info about the matches, like scorecard and stunning pictures of the live action. The best part is that you can watch the live stream of the games here too.

5)ESPNCricInfo - With live coverage news of match to preview, everything is readily available on this site. It is probably the most detailed and intricate site to view all the information about the game. They have a desktop scorecard link under the live score dropdown tab which opens a separate window just to cover the running text commentary and ball to ball info of the match.