IPL 2022 Eliminator: Will rain disrupt the LSG vs RCB match? Know how the weather will be

Eliminator match will be played at Eden Gardens ground

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The weather in Kolkata is bad. The chances of storms and rain have become frequent. Before the qualifiers played on Tuesday, there was a storm in Kolkata.

IPL 2022 (IPL 2022) After the end of the K league round, now the playoff has started. Rajasthan Royals by winning the first qualifier match (Rajasthan Royals) has secured a place in the finals. However, which will be the second team of the final, it will be decided on Wednesday. In the Eliminator match of the league Royal Challengers Bangalore (Royal Challengers Bangalore) He is going to face Lucknow Super Giants. Like the first qualifier, this match will also be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

There is a possibility of rain in Kolkata for the last few days. In such a situation, questions were also being raised about the decision to hold the playoffs there. However, BCCI has made some important rules regarding this, which they had told before the playoff.

no rain expected

Today’s match is very important for RCB and Gujarat. Whichever team loses this match will be out of the playoff race. In such a situation, both the teams will show their full strength. According to the Meteorological Department, there will be no disturbance of rain in today’s match. According to the Meteorological Department, there is no chance of rain in the evening. The weather will be clear. The temperature can definitely reach from 27 degrees to 36. It is good news for the fans that the match will be completed and will be played today.

BCCI made rules

If the rain breaks and the game is not possible in regular time, then the winner of the 15th season of the Indian Premier League can be decided by the Super Over. According to the IPL guidelines, if a single over is not possible, then the league table will be used and the winner will be decided on the basis of the situation. went. May 30 has been kept as a reserve day for the title match. This match will be played from eight o’clock in the night.

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Five overs will be given even after extra time

As per IPL guidelines, the number of overs in each play-off match can be reduced to a minimum of five overs for each team, if required. It said, in the Eliminator and in each of the Qualifiers, if five overs of play is not completed even after extra time, then if the circumstances permit, the winner of the respective Eliminator or Qualifier match shall be decided by Super Over.