The TATA IPL S15 session of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is among us, and with the league’s commencement, expect some high-octane action.
THEREFORE, the IPL 2022 series will take place between March 26 and May 29. In Mumbai and Pune, 70 qualifying games would be contested over four international grade stadiums. The venue of the matches will be determined later. Intriguingly, there’ll be a total of 12 doubleheader matches/days.
Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai would hold 20 matches, whereas Brabourne Stadium would host 15 matches (CCI). In addition, 20 matches would take place in Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium, while 15 will be held at Pune’s MCA International Stadium.
Group A: Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Capitals, Lucknow Super Giants, and Kolkata Knight Riders.
Group B: Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sunrises Hyderabad, Chennai Super Kings, Punjab Kings, and Gujarat Titans.
Following the IPL 2022 auction result, the IPL governing Council made a major statement concerning the next IPL season. The 15th IPL season pledges to be bigger, better, and much more thrilling than the previous 14 seasons. The big announcement is the shift of sponsorship. For the 2022 and 2023 seasons, Tata Group will replace Chinese smartphone company Vivo as the IPL’s headline sponsor.
The TATA IPL 2022 is now underway. Continue reading to learn important details about the matchups and players to keep an eye on and match forecasts. Also, keep a close watch on online sports betting sites across Pakistan, India, and other large nations, as the odds are bound to be unstable given the season’s addition of new cricketers.
After two new franchises collaborated with the league this year, the governing board launched a new format for just the IPL 2022 season. Previously, eight teams competed in the TATA IPL S15, challenging one another twice to accomplish 14 matches.
There are two different groups of five teams in this system, each of which plays 14 games throughout the league season. The seeding mechanism used to divide teams into two groups depends on the number of IPL championships won or finals each team has appeared in.
Mumbai Indians, five-time winners, lead group A, while Chennai Super Kings, four-time winners, lead group B. Each team will compete twice, then against the teams in their group and once against the team mostly in opposite group’s identical row.
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They would then encounter the four remaining teams one more. Because the top row of the two groups is shared, Chennai Super Kings will face Mumbai Indians twice. They would also play each other twice against four teams from their groups and once against the remaining four teams from the opposing group.
IPL 2022 Venue
Approximately 70 matches would be held across four sites in Mumbai and Pune throughout the league tournament. The IPL matches were mainly held in Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Bengaluru, and Ahmedabad. The board ascribed the change of location to the present political environment in India.
It was also decided to limit the league matches to only two cities in order to reduce flying travel. The choice to hold the competition in a bio-secure atmosphere is a novel development.
IPL Schedule 2022
The IPL calendar for 2022 would consist of 70 games, omitting the elimination rounds and final. It thus suggests that the next season will last for more than 70 days. The champions league final of the IPL is expected to take place in early May 2022.
Here TATA IPL 2022 list are mentioned below:
|Match No||Match Centre||Date||Time (IST)||Venue|
|1||CSK vs KKR||March 26, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|2||DC vs MI||March 27, 2022||3:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|3||PBKS vs RCB||March 27, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|4||GT vs LSG||March 28, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|5||SRH vs RR||March 29, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|6||RCB vs KKR||March 30, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|7||LSG vs CSK||March 31, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|8||KKR vs PBKS||April 1, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|9||MI vs RR||April 2, 2022||3:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|10||GT vs DC||April 2, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|11||CSK vs PBKS||April 3, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|12||SRH vs LSG||April 4, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|13||RR vs RCB||April 5, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|14||KKR vs MI||April 6, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|15||LSG vs DC||April 7, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|16||PBKS vs GT||April 8, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|17||CSK vs SRH||April 9, 2022||3:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|18||RCB vs MI||April 9, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|19||KKR vs DC||April 10, 2022||3:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|20||RR vs LSG||April 10, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|21||SRH vs GT||April 11, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|22||CSK vs RCB||April 12, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|23||MI vs PBKS||April 13, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|24||RR vs GT||April 14, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|25||SRH vs KKR||April 15, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|26||MI vs LSG||April 16, 2022||3:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|27||DC vs RCB||April 16, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|28||PBKS vs SRH||April 17, 2022||3:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|29||GT vs CSK||April 17, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|30||RR vs KKR||April 18, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|31||LSG vs RCB||April 19, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|32||DC vs PBKS||April 20, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|33||MI vs CSK||April 21, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|34||DC vs RR||April 22, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|35||KKR vs GJ||April 23, 2022||3:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|36||RCB vs SRH||April 23, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|37||LSG vs MI||April 24, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|38||PBKS vs CSK||April 25, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|39||RCB vs RR||April 26, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|40||GT vs SRH||April 27, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|41||DC vs KKR||April 28, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|42||PBKS vs LSG||April 29, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|43||GT vs RCB||April 30, 2022||3:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|44||RR vs MI||April 30, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|45||DC vs LSG||May 1, 2022||3:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|46||SRH vs CSK||May 1, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|47||KKR vs RR||May 2, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|48||GT vs PBKS||May 3, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|49||RCB vs CSK||May 4, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|50||DC vs SRH||May 5, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|51||GT vs MI||May 6, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|52||PBKS vs RR||May 7, 2022||3:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|53||LSG vs KKR||May 7, 2022||3:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|54||SRH vs RCB||May 8, 2022||3:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|55||CSK vs DC||May 8, 2022||3:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|56||MI vs KKR||May 9, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|57||LSG vs GT||May 10, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|58||RR vs DC||May 11, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|59||CSK vs MI||May 12, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|60||RCB vs PBKS||May 13, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|61||KKR vs SRH||May 14, 2022||7:30 PM||MCA Stadium, Pune|
|62||CSK vs GT||May 15, 2022||3:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|63||LSG vs RR||May 15, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|64||PBKS vs DC||May 16, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|65||MI vs SRH||May 17, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|66||KKR vs LSG||May 18, 2022||7:30 PM||DY Patil Stadium|
|67||RCB vs GT||May 19, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|68||RR vs CSK||May 20, 2022||7:30 PM||Brabourne – CCI|
|69||MI vs DC||May 21, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|70||SRH vs PBKS||May 22, 2022||7:30 PM||Wankhede Stadium|
|71||QUALIFIER 1||TBD||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
|73||QUALIFIER 2||TBD||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
|74||FINAL||May 29, 2022||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
The board announced the anticipated start date and match calendar on the official website. Whereas for the increased number of matches, announcing the schedule took some time. The number of days the current season will continue has risen due to the addition of additional clubs.
IPL Points table
Following each match result, the IPL points table is updated. You can keep track of the table and study the data of all the teams to see how they’re doing. In addition, it can assist you in making informed wagers.
The top four teams in the IPL table qualify for the semi-finals, according to IPL criteria. The semi-final matches are split into two halves. The first semi-final, known as qualifier 1, pits the top two teams against each other, with the victor advancing to the IPL final. In the second semi-final, both third and fourth-ranked teams compete in an Eliminator match. To determine the second finalist’s team for the IPL final, the winner of the Eliminate round plays the loser of the qualifying round.