The playoff and final match schedule of IPL 2020 has been released. Under this, the first qualifier and final will be in Dubai. The remaining two playoff matches will be played in Abu Dhabi. The Indian Cricket Board announced this on Sunday. The first qualifier will be between the top two teams of the league stage which will be played on November 5. The final will be held on 10 November. (Schedule of Playoff released)
Eliminator will be held on November 6
The eliminator will be played on November 6 at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, which will be between the teams of third and fourth place. The second qualifier will also be played here on November 8. Playoffs and final matches will be played from 7:30 pm. Let us know that the last league match of the tournament will be played on November 3 between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians.
Right now, 11 matches are yet to be played in the league stage of the tournament. By the way, which team will play in the playoffs, it will also be decided by the matches to be held this week. So far only Chennai Super Kings have been confirmed to be out of the tournament. This team was out after the Rajasthan and Mumbai match on 25 October.
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Women’s T20 Challenge from November 4
The BCCI also announced the schedule of the Women’s T20 Challenge which will take place in Sharjah between November 4-9. For this, the players have reached Dubai and are in six-day isolation. The final will be played on November 9.
The teams will play Supernovas, Velocity, and Trailblazer one-on-one and then the finals. In a statement issued by the BCCI, it has been said that the Indian women’s selection committee included Meghna Singh as an option in place of Mansi Joshi in the Velocity team. Joshi was found positive in the Corona investigation.
Officials will come from state units in the IPL final
The BCCI did not call all the units of the state units and the apex council at the beginning of the tournament but has now decided to invite them for the final. It is believed that one officer will be called from every state unit.