New Delhi: The first qualifier match of IPL 2022 is to be played on Tuesday. This match will be played between Gujarat Titans (GT) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) at the Eden Gardens ground in Kolkata. But there is also a forecast of rain in Kolkata on Tuesday, so there may be some impact on the qualifiers. But if not a single ball is bowled in Qualifier-1, then which team will get a place in the final. So let's understand the equation of the final:-
In Qualifier 1 the top 2 teams of the points table are facing each other. Gujarat Titans was at No.1 and Rajasthan Royals at No.2. In Qualifier 1 the winning team directly advances to the final, while the losing team gets one more chance. If no ball is bowled in the match due to rain, then the number 1 team of the points table will reach the final. That is, the team of Gujarat will make it to the final and Rajasthan Royals will have to compete with the winning team of the Eliminator in Qualifier 2.
At the same time, if the entire match is not canceled due to rain and there is a possibility of some games. So even with the help of super over, the result of the match can come out, in such a situation a 1-1 over match can get tickets for the final. However, if it rains before the match, the Eden Gardens in Kolkata have such excellent facilities that the ground can be prepared for play in half an hour. Let us inform that after the end of the league match, Gujarat had 20 points in 14 matches, while Rajasthan had 18 points in 14 matches.
The team of Gujarat Titans has become a part of IPL for the first time under the captaincy of Hardik Pandya, so it is proving to be a super hit for the first time. Please note that there is no reserve day for playoff matches, only a reserve day for the final match. In Qualifier-1, Eliminator and Qualifier-2 matches, if rain hinders and no ball is bowled, the finalists will be determined according to their position in the points table.