IPL 2022 Playoffs Scenario: Death Race Begins… 9 times champions Mumbai-Chennai’s game is over, know now what is the scenario of playoff


New Delhi: The death race has started in the 2022 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The teams to be eliminated first from the tournament are Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. Now the senariya ahead has become even more exciting. Gujarat Titans is the only team that has qualified for the playoffs, while 7 teams are competing for the remaining 3 places. The team of Lucknow Super Giants is at the fore in this race, while Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore also have a chance to reach 18 points. Let us understand how the senario is being formed for which team in this era of fighting…

—->Gujarat Titans (12 matches, 9 wins, 3 losses, 18 points, +0.376 net run rate) – Qualified
Gujarat Titans, captained by Hardik Pandya, became the first team to get a ticket for the IPL-2022 playoffs with a thumping victory over Lucknow Super Giants. They have 18 points from 12 matches, while they still have two matches left. She would like to register at least one more win in the match against Chennai and Bangalore to secure the team’s top-20 position.
Remaining matches: vs Chennai Super Kings (May 15), vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (May 19)

—->Lucknow Super Giants (12 matches, 8 wins, 4 losses, 16 points, +0.385 net run rate)
The team led by KL Rahul has 16 points and it is believed that with these points too, it will qualify for the playoffs, but if it needs two chances to reach the final, then it has to win at least one match. Will happen.
Remaining matches: vs Rajasthan Royals (May 15), vs Kolkata Knight Riders (May 18)

—-> Rajasthan Royals and Bangalore still have a chance to reach 18 points
Rajasthan Royals were defeated by Delhi. His run rate is still in plus. However, he still has a chance to reach 18 points. He is yet to play matches from Lucknow and Chennai.

RR: (12 matches, 7 wins, 5 losses, 14 points, +0.228 net run rate)
Remaining matches: vs Lucknow Super Giants (May 15), vs Chennai Super Kings (May 20)

On the other hand, under the captaincy of Faf du Plessis, RCB have reached the playoffs with a lot of ups and downs. If he wins both, he will have 18 points. In this way he has a chance to reach the top-2.

RCB (12 matches, 7 wins, 5 losses, 14 points, -0.115 net run rate)
Remaining matches: vs Punjab Kings (May 13), vs Gujarat Titans (May 19)

—-> Delhi still has a chance
Apart from Hyderabad and Punjab, Hyderabad and Punjab, Delhi have a chance to reach 16 points. The plus point for him is that he has a good run rate. However, the interesting thing is that Delhi has to play against Mumbai. Mumbai has outsmarted Chennai and is now the most dangerous.
DC (12 matches, 6 wins, 6 losses, 12 points, +0.210 net run rate)
Remaining matches:
vs Rajasthan Royals (May 11), vs Punjab Kings (May 16), vs Mumbai Indians (May 21)

—->Hyderabad and Punjab: Both teams are standing in the same place
Both these teams have 10-10 points, while both have 3-3 matches left. If there is a defeat, its path to the playoffs will depend on the fate of the other teams.

Sunrisers Hyderabad (11 matches, 5 wins, 6 losses, 10 points, -0.031 net run rate)
Remaining matches:
vs Kolkata Knight Riders (14 May), vs Mumbai Indians (17 May), vs Punjab Kings (22 May)

Punjab Kings (11 matches, 5 wins, 6 losses, 10 points, -0.231 net run rate)
Remaining matches:
vs Royal Challengers Bangalore (May 13), vs Delhi Capitals (May 16), vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (May 22)

—-> Now Kolkata is in danger of being out
Now two-time champion Kolkata Knight Riders are on the verge of breaking their breath. Because 4 teams have more than 14 points, while if it wins all its remaining matches then it will reach 14 points. Overall, only some charisma can get it a ticket to the playoffs.

Kolkata Knight Riders (12 matches, 5 wins, 7 losses, 10 points, -0.057 net run rate)
Remaining matches:
vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (May 14), vs Lucknow Super Giants (May 18)