- admin | May 27, 2022 | 12:58 am
Indian Premier League, 2022, Qualifier-2: As the season is drawing to its end the anticipation among the viewers is rising like wildfire. In IPL 2022, 4 teams qualified for the IPL 2022 qualifier match. These 4 teams were Gujarat Titans, Rajasthan Royals, Lucknow Super Giants, and Royal Challengers Bangalore.
The first team to qualify for the finals was Gujarat Titans after defeating Rajasthan Royals. The Eliminator had Royal Challengers Bangalore facing off against Lucknow Super Giants, which the former won. Thus as per rules, The winner from Eliminator (RCB) will be facing the loser from Qualifier 1 (RR) to decide who would be the final candidate for the finals.
The match will be intense as both the teams are expected to fight for the last spot. This season has seen many notable comebacks from teams like Gujarat Titans, unexpected losses and several table turning events which were equally nerve racking for the viewers. Virat Kohli had also made a good mark in his last match where many debutants also performed strikingly well.
Ashwin’s undefeated streak for Rajasthan Royals against their match with Chennai had put them into qualifiers and their fans are hoping for a miracle of the same in another table turning match tomorrow on 27th May. The 2nd Qualifier Match of IPL 2022 will be played between Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad.
In the IPL 2022 league match Gujarat Titans have won 10 matches out of 14 matches, while Rajasthan Royals, Lucknow, and Bangalore have won 9, 9, and 8 matches respectively. This time the exhibition of Mumbai Indians and Chennai Superkings has been the most exceedingly terrible in IPL. According to the IPL focuses table, CSK and MI have won just 4-4 matches, while they lost their 10-10 matches. It will be a thrilling challenge with a few headliners including Jos Buttler, Sanju Samson, Virat Kohli, and Faf du Plessis among different players to play in the challenge. The pitch at Narendra Modi Stadium is supposed to give an equivalent challenge among bat and ball. The arena has both red and dark soil pitches and it will be fascinating to see on which strip the match will be played. The captain winning the throw should bat second to survey the pitch and conditions better prior to batting.
Sitting right at the highest point of most runs rundown, England and RR hitter Jos Buttler is expected to be the best batter and he needs to play an effective inning in the Qualifier 2 match. The right-handed player has stroked 718 runs up until this point and will need to cause his group to fit the bill for the last match of the competition.
Once more the Purple Cap holder in IPL 2022, Yuzvendra Chahal is expected to be the best bowler in the match and will play against his previous team and will need to give imperative forward leaps to his new team RR. The leg-spinner has scalped a sum of 26 wickets up until this point and will need to add a couple of more in his section.
All said and done, everyone is gearing up for the much awaited semi finals to see which team will face Gujarat Titans, the team despite a few casual losses has still made an impact in the tournament under Hardik Pandya’s captaincy. Wishing both the teams well, we will tune in again tomorrow at 7:30 PM to witness the semi finals.