IPL 2022 Playoffs Scenario: Gujarat has booked playoff tickets, know how much chance other teams including Delhi-Chennai have


New Delhi: The excitement of IPL-2022 is at its peak. The team of Gujarat Tiens defeated Lucknow Super Giants and booked the ticket for the playoff. The number of passengers boarding this flight will start increasing now, but if the seat is only 4, then the hearts of some big teams will also be broken. The 5-time Mumbai Indians are already out of the race for the playoffs, while the 4-time champions Chennai’s road is also very difficult. Let’s know what kind of senariya is being made for which team …

Gujarat Titans (12 matches, 9 wins, 3 losses, 18 points, +0.376 net run rate) – Qualified
Gujarat Titans, led 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)

Which team has the highest chance of reaching the IPL 2022 playoffs?


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)
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Rajasthan Royals (11 matches, 7 wins, 4 losses, 14 points, +0.326 net run rate)
Apart from Gujarat and Lucknow, Rajasthan Royals is the only one who has a chance to finish top-2. This team has 3 matches left and if it wins all three, then it will reach the top-2, while even with a win, there can be a chance to reach the playoffs. However, a lot will depend on the net run rate.

Remaining matches: vs Delhi Capitals (May 11), vs Lucknow Super Giants (May 15), vs Chennai Super Kings (May 20)

Royal Challengers Bangalore (12 matches, 7 wins, 5 losses, 14 points, -0.115 net run rate)
Under the captaincy of Faf du Plessis, RCB have reached the playoffs with a lot of ups and downs. They have two matches left and if they win both, they will have 16 points. It is a bit difficult for him to reach the playoffs with 16 points as his run rate is minuscule.

Remaining matches: vs Punjab Kings (May 13), vs Gujarat Titans (May 19)

Delhi, Hyderabad and Punjab: All three teams standing at the same place
These three teams have 10 points each. Delhi’s net run rate is in positive. If Delhi wins all three matches, the road to the playoffs of Rajasthan and Punjab will become difficult. If there is a defeat, its path to the playoffs will depend on the fate of the other teams.

Delhi Capitals (11 matches, 5 wins, 6 losses, 10 points, +0.150 net run rate)
Remaining matches:
vs Rajasthan Royals (May 11), vs Punjab Kings (May 16), vs Mumbai Indians (May 21)

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)

Kolkata and Chennai: There is hope, but…
The hopes of both these teams are on the verge of breaking. Because 4 teams have more than 14 points, while if these two teams win all their remaining matches then they will reach 14 points. Overall, only some charisma can get them 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)

Chennai Super Kings (11 matches, 4 wins, 7 losses, 8 points, +0.028 points)
Remaining matches:
vs Mumbai Indians (May 12), vs Gujarat Titans (May 15), vs Rajasthan Royals (May 20)