IPL 2022 final all set to be played in Ahmedabad at 8 pm

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The ongoing edition of IPL 2022 is reaching towards its extreme end with two new teams- Gujarat and Lucknow already qualified for the playoffs and two more positions are left for grabs.

As per the latest report, final match of the marquee event will be held in Ahmedabad on May 29th 2022 at 8 pm.

The closing ceremony will be held on the same day in presence of multiple Bollywood personalities which will start from 6.30 pm to 7.20 pm on the same day.

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Also several reports are circulating in different media outlets, that next edition of IPL where all the evening matches will start from 8 pm as the organizers used to follow the same time in first 10 years of cash rich league but on insistence of current broadcaster they had to change their timings from 8 pm to 7.30 pm.

Taking about the playoffs once the remaining two teams will be shortlisted, the first qualifier and eliminator will be played in Kolkata and second qualifier and final will take place in Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

Along with Gujarat Titians and Lucknow Super Giants, other teams like Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Capitals, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sun Risers Hyderabad are in contention to fight for remaining two spots of playoffs.

IPL 2022 has been phenomenal for new entrants but equally disappointing for successful teams like- Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians in the past as they both played poor cricket throughout the season and eventually due to this reason they are languishing at the bottom of points table.

Hardik Pandya and Gujarat Titians have been superb throughout the tournament as every player of the squad have performed their role with the best of their ability.

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