An all-time IPL XI chosen by our readers
Did our readers' picks differ from our jury's?
Where will T20 cricket go next?
Data is going to play a huge role in the game - and by extension, in international cricket
Accommodating the IPL
How a hotel takes care of players and teams for the two-month season
How Mumbai Indians won the IPL.
A breakdown of the strategy employed by Rohit Sharma's men, and their performances through various stages of the competition that took them to a third title
Who are the IPL's fans?
Our correspondent spends the evening of the tournament final in a Mumbai pub and comes away enlightened
WATCH - Top catches of IPL 2017.
Get stuck into the most spectacular catches of IPL 2017
How well do you remember the 2017 IPL?
Another season of cricket's most popular T20 league went by. How closely did you follow?
Run Order: All-time IPL XI.
Nearly 500 players have featured in the IPL. Who all make ESPNcricinfo's all-time XI? Cyrus Broacha, Shaun Tait, Ajit Agarkar and Co. debate
Four overs, three bowlers, one pulsating finish
With Rising Pune Supergiant needing only 33 from the last four overs, that too with eight wickets in hand, it took a special performance from Mumbai Indians' end-overs bowlers to steal a one-run win
Stokes' stock rises after living up to IPL hype
Ben Stokes' absence from Rising Pune Supergiant's narrow defeat in the IPL final has raised more questions about England player availability
Mumbai's bench strength bosses the IPL
They had a whole host of World Cup and World T20 winners and finalists on their roster. Is it any wonder they won the IPL?
Young Indian players carve new Pune identity
While Ben Stokes provided the X factor for Rising Pune Supergiant, it was the consistency shown by the likes of Rahul Tripathi and Washington Sundar that lifted them from the lows of 2016
Spinners make Powerplay impact
Spinners picked 40 wickets in the first six overs, the second-highest across 10 editions. Overall, they outdid pacers both in terms of average and economy rate
Partnerships of the week - Pandya, Johnson star in Mumbai's title win
Pandya-Johnson, Pandya-Sharma and Dhoni-Tiwary make the cut for the top partnerships of the week
Pandya, Johnson guide Mumbai to third title
Krunal Pandya finished the tournament with 243 runs and 10 wickets
ESPNcricinfo's team of the 2017 IPL season
The bowling attack was pretty straightforward, with Bhuvneshwar Kumar leading the way, but the batting order has a few surprise entries
WATCH - Top catches of the finalists.
Watch all the spectacular catches from this year's finalists Mumbai Indians and Rising Pune SupergiantWatch all the spectacular catches from this year's finalists Mumbai Indians and Rising Pune Supergiant
Brad Hogg: Bumrah's super Super Over, and superlative Rashid.
Who does Brad Hogg think was the most notable performer in IPL 2017? And what about the biggest disappointment? Here's his take
Ajit Agarkar: Krunal Pandya's improvement has been phenomenal.
Ajit Agarkar tells us about his favourite moment in IPL 2017, and who he thinks the biggest hits and misses were
Ajit Agarkar: Krunal Pandya bailed Mumbai out many times.
Ajit Agarkar and Brad Hogg take a look back at Mumbai's run in 2017, where they became the first team to win a third IPL title
Krunal's bolt from the blue
With his more established team-mates falling to Rising Pune Supergiant's traps, it was up to a man playing his first IPL final to take control of it
Partnership of the week - K Pandya and M Johnson in the final.
50 crucial runs off 35 balls for the eight wicket to take Mumbai to a respectable total of 129 in the final against RPS
Brad Hogg: Pune managed themselves impressively after poor start.
Ajit Agarkar and Brad Hogg analyse Pune's second - and likely final - season in the IPL, where they finished runners-up after losing the title bout by just one run
Individual brilliance wins a few games, unity wins championships - Rohit Sharma.
Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma reflects on a successful campaign and talks about the discussion after being restricted to 129 in the final
Hogg: Mumbai should try and retain Krunal next year.
Krunal Pandya proved his worth by putting in a solid allround performance under pressure in the finale