New Delhi | IPL 2022 Format: All the preparations have been done for the new season of IPL 2022. This time the format of IPL is going to be different. Earlier all the teams had to play 2 matches against other teams. Now according to the information received, 10 teams will play 14 league matches. In which each team will play two matches against five teams and one match against four teams. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has confirmed this in a release on Friday. At the same time, the two most successful teams of IPL this season, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings have been kept in different groups in it.
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Created two groups
IPL 2022 Format: While Mumbai is placed in Group A along with Kolkata Knight Riders, Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Capitals and Lucknow Super Giants, Chennai is placed in Group B along with Sunrisers Hyderabad, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Punjab Kings and Gujarat Titans. Groups have been made on the basis of seeding system in view of the number of IPL title wins and the number of finals played by the teams from the BCCI.
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IPL have confirmed the two groups for IPL 2022.
Each team will play twice with the other teams in their group and with the team in the same row in the other group. With the other teams in the second group, they will play once.#IPL #IPL2022 pic.twitter.com/eiL3tLEAf8
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Decisions taken in the meeting of the Governing Council
IPL 2022 Format: According to the information released by the BCCI, the Governing Council of IPL in its meeting held on Thursday has taken many important decisions regarding the IPL 2022 season. Under this, the 15th edition of IPL will be played in a bio-bubble in the same hub to avoid air travel. Air travel is considered a major risk for the spread of corona infection, affecting players and leagues/matches.
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