IPL 2022 Mega Auction Live Updates: The 15th edition of the cash-rich league is set to play with 2 new teams in addition to the existing 8 teams. Here we update the players bought by the 10 Teams, which are CSK, RCB, MI, SRH, KKR, PBKS, DC, RR, GT, LSG. The IPL 2022 will kick start in its regular window with the mega auction event on February 12th and 13th in Bangalore.
IPL 2022 Purse Value – All Teams
|Team||Purse Reaming||Total Players|
|Punjab Kings||28.65 CR||11|
|Sunrisers Hyderabad||20.15 CR||13|
|Rajasthan Royals||12.15 CR||11|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||9.25 CR||11|
|Chennai Super Kings||20.45 CR||10|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||12.65 CR||9|
|Mumbai Indians||27.85 CR||8|
|Delhi Capitals||16.50 CR||13|
|Gujarat Titans||18.85 CR||10|
|Lucknow Super Giants||6.90 CR||11|
IPL 2022 Auction Live Updates:
IPL 2022 Mega Auction Live Updates with remaining purse value, players bought by each franchise as list goes with CSK, RCB, MI, SRH, KKR, PBKS, DC, RR, GT, LSG. Live Updates will be included with bidders of each players and the price at which the players are purchased. You can see the list of IPL Auction Players with with details of which players comes at which set with base price of each.
|Player||Team||Base Price||Final Bid|
|Quinton De Kock||LSG||2CR||6.75CR|
|Faf Du Plessis||RCB||2CR||7CR|
|Shakib Al Hasan||–||2CR||UNSOLD|
|Rahul Tewatia||GT||40L||9 CR|
|Ankit Singh Rajpoot||LSG||20L||50L|
|R. Sai Kishore||GT||20L||3CR|
|Raj Angad Bawa||PBKS||20L||2CR|
|N. Tilak Varma||MI||20L||1.70CR|
|Rassie Van Der Dussen||RR||1CR||1CR|
|Ritwik Roy Chowdhury||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|B. Sai Sudharsan||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Upendra Singh Yadav||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Vyshak Vijay Kumar||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Prince Balwant Rai||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Marchant De Lange||–||2CR||UNSOLD|
|Naveen Ul Haq||–||50L||UNSOLD|
|Tanveer Ul Haq||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Shubham Singh Rohilla||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Sandeep Kumar Tomar||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Mukesh Kumar Singh||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Jon Russ Jaggesar||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|S. Kishan Kumar||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Colin De Grandhomme||–||1CR||UNSOLD|
|Gurnoor Singh Brar||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Mohd. Arshad Khan||MI||20L||20L|
|Ajay Dev Goud||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Kumar Kartikeya Singh||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|P Singh Rathore||–||20L||UNSOLD|
|Johan Van Dyk||–||20L||UNSOLD|
IPL 2022 Mega Auction:
|Date||February 12th, February 13th|
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Right after the conclusion of IPL 2021, BCCI decides to add 2 new IPL teams for the IPL 2022. As a result, BCCI gets a whooping 12,690cr (1.7 Billion dollars) from the sale of 2 New IPL Teams.
CVC Capital and RP Sanjiv Goenka Group are the owners of the Ahmedabad and Lucknow Super Giants teams respectively.
Post the team auction to maintain a balance BCCI decides to host a mega auction event for the upcoming IPL 2022. IPL rules allow all existing 8 teams to retain a maximum of 4 players and allow 2 new teams to pick a maximum of 3 players ahead of IPL 2022 Mega Auction.
The IPL Player Registration closed on January 20th, 2022. A total of 1,214 players (896 Indian and 318 overseas players) have signed up to be part of the IPL 2022 Player Auction.
A total of 33 players have been retained/picked ahead of the auction. While the existing eight franchises have retained 27 players, the two new teams have picked three players each.
Among the registered players only 590 cricketers were shortlisted and will be named under the hammer during the two-day mega auction event.
Amongst 590 players who have registered for the auction,
- 228 are capped players
- 355 are uncapped players
- 7 belong to Associate Nations
Notably, If every franchise were to have a maximum of 25 players in their squad, 217 players will be taken in the auction (of which up to 70 may be overseas players).
David Warner, the Player of the Tournament at the recent T20 World Cup, and his Australian team-mate Mitchell Marsh, who was the Player of the Match in the T20 WC 2021 final, are among 49 players who have listed their base price at the maximum of INR 2 crore (US$ 269,000 approx.) for the 2022 mega IPL auction.
The expectations towards IPL will never get low for cricket fans. Before getting into the IPL 2022 let us have an overview of the IPL 2021 where the second leg including the final match have been played in UAE owing to the COVID19 pandemic in India.
CSK after scripting an unwanted record in IPL 2020 by eliminating from playoffs gave a strong comeback and lifts the IPL 2021 trophy by beating KKR in the IPL 2021 final match.
Apart from the trophy, IPL will always announce various kinds of Awards to honour the players at the end of every season. If you are not aware of these, check the IPL 2021 award winners list along with their prize amount details without fail.
Have a look at the number of players registered for the IPL 2022 Mega Auction based on The country-wise breakdown of 220 overseas players below:
Following are the details of the players separated under their role category.
Number of Players
Total No. Of Players
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When will IPL 2022 start?
IPL 2022 schedule is expected to start on 02, April 2022. The IPL schedule is yet to be finalized from BCCI, we will have clear picture about the start of IPL 2022 and it’s possibility of opening ceremony for this season.
When will IPL 2022 end?
The IPL 2022 is expected to end on 03, June 2022. Since there are 10 teams playing this IPL 2022, the matches and combination of double headers still needs a clear cloud from IPL officials.
IPL 2022 Squad
The IPL 2022 squad for all 10 teams will be updated here right after the IPL 2022 Mega Auction. Until then check out the possible retention of all 8 teams below:
IPL 2022 Retained Players
IPL 2022 Retained Players List – MI
Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Kieron Pollard are set to be retained by Mumbai Indians – chances of Ishan Kishan being retained is high for his wicketkeeper cum aggressive opening batsman role.
|Rohit Sharma||Batsman||INR 16 Cr|
|Jasprit Bumrah||Bowler||INR 12 Cr|
|Suryakumar Yadav||Batsman||INR 8 Cr|
|Kieron Pollard||All-rounder||INR 6 Cr|
IPL 2022 Retained Players List – RCB
Royal Challengers Banglore retained Virat Kohli in their first retained player slot for Rs. 15 crores, followed by Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell for Rs. 11 crores and their last retention is Siraj where he bagged Rs. 7 crores.
As ABD announces his retirement from all forms of cricket RCB might try to rope KS Bharat for his wicketkeeper cum batter role in the upcoming IPL 2022 mega auction.
Following are the details of the RCB Retained Players 2022:
|Virat Kohli||Batsman||INR 15 CR|
|Glenn Maxwell||All-rounder||INR 11 CR|
|Mohammed Siraj||Bowler||INR 7 CR|
IPL 2022 Retained Players List – SRH
Kane Williamson will be the first option for SRH in their IPL 2022 players retention. If SRH decides to build a strong bowling unit with Indian players then Natarajan and Bhuvneshwar Kumar will be the better options.
As far SRH is concerned their first retainment will be their skipper Kane Williamson, while they could not leave Rashid Khan on the other hand there might be hard bargain between the two parties.
Rashid Khan is unlikely to be retained by SRH as the Afghan spinner is not willing to be SRH’s second retained player ahead of IPL 2022 mega auction. Notably, the difference between the two positions is INR 4 crore.
|Kane Williamson||Batsman||INR 14 Cr|
|Abdul Samad||Bowler||INR 4Cr|
|Umran Malik||Bowler||INR 4Cr|
IPL 2022 Retained Players List – PBKS
Punjab Kings needs to utilize this mega auction opportunity to build a strong team that could lift their maiden IPL trophy in the upcoming season.
PBKS retained just 2 players out of 4 players’ options. Mayank Agarwal and Arshdeep Singh were retained by the PBKS ahead of PL 2022 Mega Auction.
Following are the details of the PBKS Retained Players 2022:
|Mayank Agarwal||Batsman||INR 12 Cr|
|Arshdeep Singh||Bowler||INR 4 Cr|
IPL 2022 Retained Players List – CSK
IPL 2022 Squad: Chennai Super Kings looks its all possible way to retain Ruturaj Gaikwad who plays a crucial role in winning IPL 2021 trophy. Notably, Ruturaj Gaikwad is the orange cap holder of IPL 2021.
CSK is all set to retain MS Dhoni, R Jadeja, Ruturaj Gaikwad, and Moeen Ali ahead of IPL 2022 Mega Auction.
|Ravindra Jadeja||All-rounder||INR 16 Cr|
|MS Dhoni||Wicket Keeper Batsman||INR 12 Cr|
|Moeen Ali||All-rounder||INR 8 Cr|
|Ruturaj Gaikwad||Batsman||INR 6 Cr|
IPL 2022 Retained Players List – DC
Delhi Capitals all set to retain Rishabh Pant, Prithvi Shaw, Axar Patel, and Anrich Nortje. Thinking of building a young team DC might skip their opening batter Dhawan.
|Rishabh Pant||Wicket keeper batsman||INR 16 Cr|
|Axar Patel||Bowler||INR 9 Cr|
|Prithvi Shaw||Batsman||INR 7.50Cr|
|Anrich Nortje||Bowler||INR 6.50 Cr|
IPL 2022 Retained Players List – KKR
IPL 2022 Squad: Venkatesh Iyer made his IPL debut in the IPL 2021 and scored 370 runs with 3 wickets while playing 10 matches of the season. KKR will also not dare to lose Varun Chakaravarthy who plays a vital role in KKR’s success in the past 2 seasons.
Kolkata Knight Riders are likely to retain their two all-rounders Sunil Narine and Andre Russell while they want to keep Varun Chakravarty too. It is learnt that KKR is still deciding on whether to retain Shubman Gill or Venkatesh Iyer.
|Andre Russell||All-rounder||INR 12 Crores|
|Varun Chakravarty||Bowler||INR 8 Crores|
|Venkatesh Iyer||All-rounder||INR 8 Crores|
|Sunil Narine||All-rounder||INR 6 Crores|
IPL 2022 Retained Players List – RR
Rajasthan Royals needs to utilize this mega auction opportunity to build a strong team that could lift their second IPL trophy in the upcoming season.
Jos Buttler, Yashasvi Jaiswal are likely to retain by RR while Sanju Samson, Jofra Archer, and Ben Stokes are also in contention.
Following are the details of the RR Retained Players 2022:
|Sanju Samson||Wicket keeper batsman||INR 14 Cr|
|Jos Buttler||Wicket keeper batsman||INR 10 Cr|
|Yashasvi Jaiswal||batsman||INR 4Cr|
IPL 2022 News
Here you can find the latest news and updates on the upcoming IPL 2022 Mega Auction which will be hosted by BCCI in December 2021.
*latest at top
- Star Sports will be revealing the Gujarat-based IPL franchise official name in the pre-show tomorrow at 12.30 pm.
- England players will be available for the full IPL season this year.
- Hugh Edmeades was confirmed as the auctioneer for IPL 2022 Mega Auction. He’ll be auctioning in his 4th straight IPL auction.
- The Lucknow-based franchise has officially announced their team name as Lucknow Super Giants through their social network. It will now be shortly known as LSG in the Indian Premier League.
- The BCCI plans to start the IPL 2022 from March 27, almost a week ahead of the planned start of the tournament.
- Lucknow ropes KL Rahul for INR 17 crores followed by Marcus Stoinis for a pay of INR 9.2 crores and uncapped Ravi Bishnoi for INR 4 crores.
- Lucknow IPL team will enter the IPL 2022 Mega Auction with a purse value of 58 crores.
- Ahmedabad ropes Hardik Pandya and Rashid Khan for 15 crores each, Shubman Gill will get 8 crores.
- Ahmedabad IPL franchise will be having a purse of 52 crores in IPL 2022 Mega Auction.
- Slice will be the principal sponsor for Mumbai Indians for the next 3 years for 90 crores.
- Online food ordering and delivery platform Swiggy is all set to become the sixth official on-ground sponsor of the IPL.
- Lucknow ropes KL Rahul for INR 15 crores followed by Marcus Stoinis for a pay of INR 11 crores and uncapped Ravi Bishnoi for INR 4 crores.
- Lucknow IPL team will enter the IPL 2022 Mega Auction with a purse value of 60 crores.
- Ahmedabad to pay Hardik Pandya and Rashid Khan 15cr each, Shubman Gill will get 7cr.
- Ahmedabad IPL franchise will be having a purse of 53cr in IPL 2022 Mega Auction.
- Ben Stokes has joined Joe Root in deciding not to enter the auction for the 2022 edition of the IPL.
- Hardik Pandya, Rashid Khan, and Shubman Gill are set to be Ahmedabad IPL franchise draft picks.
- KL Rahul, Marcus Stoinis, and Ravi Bishnoi are likely to be 3 draft picks of the Lucknow IPL franchise. KL Rahul is expected to lead the side.
- KKR ropes Bharat Arun as their bowling coach for IPL 2022 season.
- The BCCI is likely to stage IPL 2022 in South Africa or Sri Lanka as their Plan B if they’re unable to host in India due to the COVID19 situation.
- 2 New IPL teams have given January 22, 5 PM as the deadline to complete their signings.
- Mitchell Starc is considering to enroll his name in the mega auction for IPL 2022.
- Ahead of IPL 2022, the TATA group replace VIVO as the title sponsor of the season for the same rate.
- The BCCI is confident of pulling off the auction on February 12 and 13 but has kept the option of postponing it by a week pending the CVC settlement. The dates are expected to be formally made public after the GC meeting.
- The two new teams are expected to be given at least two weeks for player signing.
- Hardik Pandya will be the captain of Ahmedabad based IPL franchise.
- Ahmedabad franchise officially gets BCCI clearance, receives Letter of Intent (LOI) from the cricket board.
- Vikram Solanki has been appointed as the Director of Cricket for the Ahmedabad-based IPL franchise.
- Gary Kirsten has been named as the Mentor of the Ahmedabad-based IPL franchise.
- Lucknow IPL franchise have kept Marcus Stoinis and Kagiso Rabada in backup if they fail to pick Rashid Khan.
- Lucknow and Ahmedabad IPL franchise set to get time till January 31st to decide the draft picks for IPL 2022.
- “BCCI is exploring all options which include overseas IPL as well. But the focus is to host the IPL in India for sure. As of now, the priority is the auction, and the board will soon take a call,” – BCCI official.
- BCCI is considering an option to start IPL around the 4th week of March to reduce the doubleheaders in IPL 2022
- The 2 new teams – Lucknow and Ahmedabad – are expected to be given at least 15 days once the CVC issue is resolved for signing its players and that could have a rub-on effect on other IPL activities.
- Ahead of the rapid spread of the COVID Omicron variant, the BCCI may extend the IPL 2022 Auction date by a week or 10 days. But as of now, BCCI sticks to the February 12-13 auction dates as pre-planned.
- My11Circle – A Fantasy sports platform has signed up as the title sponsor for the Lucknow-based new IPL team for a period of 3 years.
- IPL 2022 Mega Auction might be shifted from Bangalore due to the rise in COVID19 cases.
- Gary Kirsten is likely to be the mentor of the Ahmedabad franchise for IPL 2022.
- Former Indian Cricketer Ashish Nehra set to become the head coach of the Ahmedabad IPL franchise in IPL 2022.
- IPL 2022 draft is expected on January 10, 2022.
- Rising Pune Supergiants’ Instagram account officially turned into Lucknow IPL Team account. Updates are expected to deliver in the official Lucknow team Instagram account soon.
- BCCI decides to host the IPL 2022 mega auction on February 12 and 13 in Bangalore. Notably, India will play the 3rd ODI against West Indies at Kolkata on February 12.
- Gary Kirsten, Ashish Nehra, Vikram Solanki are likely to be part of the coaching staff of the Ahmedabad IPL franchise.
- The BCCI is planning to hold the two-day mega Indian Premier League auction on February 7 and 8 in Bengaluru, a senior BCCI official said.
- The IPL 2022 Mega Auction is likely to host during February 2022.
- Mega Auction is unlikely to happen before the 3rd week of January as the decision on CVC Capital ownership is still pending.
- Odisha Captain Subhranshu Senapati called for trials by Chennai Super Kings for IPL 2022.
- Former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir appointed as the mentor of Lucknow IPL franchise
- Lucknow franchise confirmed Andy Flower will be the head of their new IPL team, he will visit Uttar Pradesh on new year
- Andy Flower is the front runner to become the head coach of Lucknow in IPL 2022
- Dale Steyn is likely to be roped in as SRH’s bowling coach.
- Tom Moody has been appointed as Head Coach of Sunrisers Hyderabad
- Former India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is expected to officially announce his retirement from competitive cricket around next week.
- CSK CEO Kasi Viswanathan explains why CSK retained MS Dhoni and says Dhoni ‘controls the team’ and has remained the mainstay for the Super Kings.
- Former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori predicts the reason why MI releases Hardik Pandya and feels that KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya might be roped by the same franchise in the upcoming IPL 2022 mega auction.
- Andy Flower and Trevor Bayliss, the coaches of Punjab Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad respectively, have resigned from their positions ahead of the 2022 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
- India’s former opening batter, Aakash Chopra feels that franchises will have to break the bank to buy the likes of Hardik Pandya, Harshal Patel, Rahul Chahar, Deepak Chahar, Ravichandran Ashwin, and Shikhar Dhawan.
- CVC capital set to get the nod from the BCCI for the IPL franchise.
- IPL Governing Council to meet on December 3rd to decide on the IPL media rights.
- The deadline for 8 IPL franchises to submit the retention players list is at 12 pm IST today(November 30).
- IPL retention will be live on Star Sports and Hotstar from 09:30 PM IST on November 30th. Check how to watch IPL 2022 Retention live for free!!!
- TVS Eurogrip join hands with Chennai Super Kings as the principal sponsor for the next three years(2022-21).
- The four-time IPL trophy winner CSK plans to retain MS Dhoni, Jadeja, Ruturaj Gaikwad, and Moeen Ali.
- Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Kieron Pollard are set to be retained by Mumbai Indians – chances of Ishan Kishan being retained is high for his wicketkeeper cum aggressive opening batsman role.
- Meanwhile, Kolkata Knight Riders are likely to retain their two all-rounders Sunil Narine and Andre Russell while they want to keep Varun Chakravarty too. It is learnt that KKR is still deciding on whether to retain Shubman Gill or Venkatesh Iyer.
- Delhi Capitals all set to retain Rishabh Pant, Prithvi Shaw, Axar Patel, and Anrich Nortje. Thinking of building a young team DC might skipped their opening batter Dhawan.
- Royal Challengers Banglore set to retain Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell ahead of IPL 2022. As ABD announces his retirement from all forms of cricket RCB might try to retain KS Bharat for his wicketkeeper cum batter role.
- KL Rahul is likely to lead one of the new IPL teams (Lucknow) in IPL 2022.
- Chennai Super Kings is all set to retain MS Dhoni in IPL 2022 Mega Auction.
- IPL 2022 final is likely to be held in the first week of June.
- CSK likely to face Mumbai Indians in the season opener of IPL 2022 at Chepauk on 2nd April.
- RCB star player AB de Villiers announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on November 19, 2021.
- Ravi Shastri, Bharat Arun, and R Sridhar are likely to be in the coaching staff of the Ahmedabad franchise in IPL 2022.
- Sony is in talks with Amazon prime video to jointly bid for the broadcasting rights of the IPL for the next five years.
- Lucknow IPL franchise has approached Ashish Nehra and Gary Kirsten to be its head coach and consultant for the 2022 season.
- VVS Laxman has informed Sunrisers Hyderabad of his decision to quit as Mentor of the team
- RCB appoints Sanjay Bangar as the RCB head coach for the next 2 years.
- MS Dhoni requests CSK not to retain him inorder to build a future CSK team. “MS Dhoni doesn’t want CSK to lose money trying to retain him”, says N Srinivasan
- The window for 8 IPL teams to retain players is from November 1 to November 30 and 2 new IPL teams pick players from December 1 to 25.
- The likely deadline date for IPL retention will be December 3rd.
- Shreyas Iyer is preparing to leave Delhi Capitals. Iyer is keen to become captain that’s why he wants to enter the auction.
- Shreyas Iyer is unlikely to be a part of the Delhi Capitals set up in the next year’s IPL.
- David Warner Confirms that he’ll be putting his name in the Mega auction for the IPL 2022.
- Hardik Pandya is unlikely to be retained by Mumbai Indians for IPL 2022. Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, and Kieron Pollard could be MI’s retentions.
- “There are many players apart from KL Rahul, firstly. One player does not make up a team, I’ve always said that. Any team that hinges too much on one player, that does prove beyond a point liability.” – Punjab Kings Co-owner.
- IPL teams will be allowed to retain 4 players for IPL 2022.
- KL Rahul is likely to part ways with Punjab Kings before IPL 2022.
- BCCI decides to organize the much-awaited IPL 2022 mega auction in December.
IPL 2022 Auction Date
- The window for the 8 existing teams to retain the players will be from the 1st November 2021 to 30th November 2021.
- The 2 new IPL teams will have the window to retain the players starting from 1st December 2021 to 25th December 2021.
- Right after this retention window period, BCCI will organize the IPL 2022 Auction at the end of December or at the beginning of January 2022.
IPL 2022 Retention Rules
- A team is set to be allowed to keep up to three Indian(capped/uncapped) and two foreign players with the total number of retentions not exceeding four.
- It has clearly said that a team cannot keep more than two uncapped players.
- As per the conditions, the team management can either retain three Indian players and one overseas player or two Indian players and two overseas players.
- Two New IPL teams can pick any 2 Indian and 1 foreign player from the Mega auction pool before the start of the auction 2022.
- Also, new teams can pick only one uncapped player before the auction.
- There will also be no Right to Match (RTM) cards for the IPL 2022 Mega Auction.
- It has also been conveyed to the existing eight franchises that the two New IPL teams can pick any 3 players from the Mega auction pool before the start of the auction 2022.
IPL 2022 Salary Cap
BCCI also explained the salary cap for the retained players based on the team’s decision of the number of players retention.
- If a team retains 4 players, Rs 42 crore will be cut from the player purse.
- If a team retains 3 players, Rs 33 crore will be cut from the player purse.
- If a team retains 2 players, Rs 24 crore will be cut from the player purse.
- If a team retains only one player, it will lose Rs 14 crore from its purse value.
- Each uncapped player retained will cost Rs 4 crore each.
If a team retains 4 of its player then the salary cap of the four players will be as follows:
*below mentioned will be the player’s annual salary
|Deductions for 4 Players||INR 42 Cr(Total)|
|Player 1||INR 16 Cr|
|Player 2||INR 12 Cr|
|Player 3||INR 8 Cr|
|Player 4||INR 6 Cr|
If a team retains 3 of its player then the salary cap of the three players will be as follows:
|3 players deduction||INR 33 Cr(Total)|
|Player 1||INR 15 Cr|
|Player 2||INR 11 Cr|
|Player 3||INR 7 Cr|
If a team retains 2 of its player then the salary cap of the two players will be as follows:
|2 Players deduction||INR 24 Cr(Total)|
|Player 1||INR 14 Cr|
|Player 2||INR 10 Cr|
If a team keeps only one player, then the team has to pay a total of INR 14 crores
|1 Player deduction||INR 14 Cr|
IPL 2022 Points Table Rules
During the league stage, two points are awarded to a side for a win and one in case of a washout.
- For a Win, the winning team gets 2 points
- In case of match abandoned or ends abruptly or No Result, each team will be awarded 1 point.
- In case of loss, the defeated team get 0 points
In the case of a tie, in the IPL score table, the following points will be taken into consideration.
- Team with a higher number of points
- If points are equal, the higher number of team wins will be considered
- If still, the points are equal, the net run rate is seen
- If still there is a tie, the team with the lower bowling strike rate will be considered
- If still there is equality, it results in a head-to-head meeting.
IPL 2022 Rules
The IPL 2022 format is not something unfamiliar to the IPL cricket community. The format has been used in 2011 IPL where the tournament is played with a total of 10 teams.
- The ten teams are divided into two groups of five.
- A random draw was used to determine the groups and who plays whom across the groups once and twice.
- In the group stage, each team plays 14 games facing the other four teams in their group two times each (one home and one away game), four teams in the other group once, and the remaining team two times.
- The team winning a match will be awarded 2 points. The losing team will not receive any points. In case of a draw or no result, both teams will be awarded 1 point.
IPL 2022 Playoff Formats
The first Qualifier will be played between the top two teams in the points table. The winner of qualifier 1 will bags the spot for the finals of the season.
The Eliminator is played between teams who finish at the third and fourth position in the points table. The winner of this match goes into Qualifier 2.
Qualifier 2: The loser of Qualifier 1 and the winner of the Eliminator play this game. The team winning this game moves into the final.
IPL Finals will be played between the winner of Qualifier 1 and the winner of Qualifier 2.
IPL 2022 Team Captains
A captain plays a key role in the team’s success in every tough situation. As a captain, players have to keep the team intact on and off-field which is the core for their success. Following are the expected captains for the IPL 2022 tournament.
|Chennai Super Kings||MS Dhoni|
|Delhi Capitals||Shreyas Iyer|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||Eoin Morgan|
|Mumbai Indians||Rohit Sharma|
|Punjab Kings||KL Rahul|
|Rajasthan Royals||Sanju Samson|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||Virat Kohli|
|Lucknow Super Giants||KL Rahul|
|Gujarat Titans||Hardik Pandya|
IPL Winners List
Mumbai Indian won the IPL trophy for most number of times(5) while CSK holds the second position with 4 trophies. Check out the winners of IPL since 2008:
|Year||Winner||Runner Up||Venue||Number of teams||Player of the Match(Final)|
Player of the Series
|2008||Rajasthan Royals||Chennai Super Kings||Mumbai||8||Yusuf Pathan||Shane Watson|
|2009||Deccan Chargers||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Johannesburg||8||Anil Kumble||Adam Gilchrist|
|2010||Chennai Super Kings||Mumbai Indians||Mumbai||8||Suresh Raina|
|2011||Chennai Super Kings||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Chennai||10||Murali Vijay||Chris Gayle|
|2012||Kolkata Knight Riders||Chennai Super Kings||Chennai||9||Manvinder Bisla||Sunil Narine|
|2013||Mumbai Indians||Chennai Super Kings||Kolkata||9||Kieron Pollard||Shane Watson|
|2014||Kolkata Knight Riders||Kings XI Punjab||Bangalore||8||Manish Pandey||Glenn Maxwell|
|2015||Mumbai Indians||Chennai Super Kings||Kolkata||8||Rohit Sharma||Andre Russell|
|2016||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Bangalore||8||Ben Cutting||Virat Kohli|
|2017||Mumbai Indians||Rising Pune Supergiants||Hyderabad||8||Krunal Pandya||Ben Stokes|
|2018||Chennai Super Kings||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Mumbai||8||Shane Watson||Sunil Narine|
|2019||Mumbai Indians||Chennai Super Kings||Hyderabad||8||Jasprit Bumrah||Andre Russell|
|2020||Mumbai Indians||Delhi Capitals||Dubai||8||Trent Boult||Jofra Archer|
|2021||Chennai Super Kings||Kolkata Knight Riders||Dubai||8||Faf du Plessis||Harshal Patel|
IPL 2022 Schedule
BCCI will release the IPL 2022 schedule soon after the IPL 2022 mega auction. The IPL 2022 is expected to play between April – May 2022.
The IPL schedule 2022 will be updated here once BCCI announces it officially, until then check the previous year IPL schedule below:
|Match No||Date & Day||Match||Time(IST)||Venue|
|1||April 9, Friday||Mumbai Indians vs Royal Challengers Bangalore||7:30 PM||Chennai|
|2||April 10, Saturday||Chennai Super Kings vs Delhi Capitals||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|3||April 11, Sunday||Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Kolkata Knight Riders||7:30 PM||Chennai|
|4||April 12, Monday||Rajasthan Royals vs Punjab Kings||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|5||April 13, Tuesday||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians||7:30 PM||Chennai|
|6||April 14, Wednesday||Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Royal Challengers Bangalore||7:30 PM||Chennai|
|7||April 15, Thursday||Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi Capitals||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|8||April 16, Friday||Punjab Kings vs Chennai Super Kings||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|9||April 17, Saturday||Mumbai Indians vs Sunrisers Hyderabad||7:30 PM||Chennai|
|10||April 18, Sunday||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders||3:30 PM||Chennai|
|11||April 18, Sunday||Delhi Capitals vs Punjab Kings||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|12||April 19, Monday||Chennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan Royals||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|13||April 20, Tuesday||Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians||7:30 PM||Chennai|
|14||April 21, Wednesday||Punjab Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad||3:30 PM||Chennai|
|15||April 21, Wednesday||Kolkata Knight Riders vs Chennai Super Kings||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|16||April 22, Thursday||Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Rajasthan Royals||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|17||April 23, Friday||Punjab Kings vs Mumbai Indians||7:30 PM||Chennai|
|18||April 24, Saturday||Rajasthan Royals vs Kolkata Knight Riders||7:30 PM||Mumbai|
|19||April 25, Sunday||Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore||3:30 PM||Mumbai|
|20||April 25, Sunday||Sunrisers Hyderabad vs Delhi Capitals||7:30 PM||Chennai|
|21||April 26, Monday||Punjab Kings vs Kolkata Knight Riders||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
|22||April 27, Tuesday||Delhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
|23||April 28, Wednesday||Chennai Super Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad||7:30 PM||Delhi|
|24||April 29, Thursday||Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan Royals||3:30 PM||Delhi|
|25||April 29, Thursday||Delhi Capitals vs Kolkata Knight Riders||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
|26||April 30, Friday||Punjab Kings vs Royal Challengers Bangalore||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
|27||May 1, Saturday||Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings||7:30 PM||Delhi|
|28||May 2, Sunday||Rajasthan Royals vs Sunrisers Hyderabad||3:30 PM||Delhi|
|29||May 2, Sunday||Punjab Kings Vs Delhi Capitals||7:30 PM||Ahmedabad|
BCCI shifts the IPL 2021 to UAE in its mid-way owing to the fear of COVID19 virus spread inside bio bubble.
|Match No||Date||Day||Match||Time (IST)||Venue|
|30||19-Sep-21||Sunday||CSK vs MI||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|31||20-Sep-21||Monday||KKR vs RCB||7:30 PM||Abu Dhabi|
|32||21-Sep-21||Tuesday||PBKS vs RR||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|33||22-Sep-21||Wednesday||DC vs SRH||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|34||23-Sep-21||Thursday||MI vs KKR||7:30 PM||Abu Dhabi|
|35||24-Sep-21||Friday||RCB vs CSK||7:30 PM||Sharjah|
|36||25-Sep-21||Saturday||DC vs RR||3:30 PM||Abu Dhabi|
|37||25-Sep-21||Saturday||SRH vs PBKS||7:30 PM||Sharjah|
|38||26-Sep-21||Sunday||CSK vs KKR||3:30 PM||Abu Dhabi|
|39||26-Sep-21||Sunday||RCB vs MI||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|40||27-Sep-21||Monday||SRH vs RR||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|41||28-Sep-21||Tuesday||KKR vs DC||3:30 PM||Sharjah|
|42||28-Sep-21||Tuesday||MI vs PBKS||7:30 PM||Abu Dhabi|
|43||29-Sep-21||Wednesday||RR vs RCB||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|44||30-Sep-21||Thursday||SRH vs CSK||7:30 PM||Sharjah|
|45||01-Oct-21||Friday||KKR vs PBKS||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|46||02-Oct-21||Saturday||MI vs DC||3:30 PM||Sharjah|
|47||02-Oct-21||Saturday||RR vs CSK||7:30 PM||Abu Dhabi|
|48||03-Oct-21||Sunday||RCB vs PBKS||3:30 PM||Sharjah|
|49||03-Oct-21||Sunday||KKR vs SRH||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|50||04-Oct-21||Monday||DC vs CSK||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|51||05-Oct-21||Tuesday||RR vs MI||7:30 PM||Sharjah|
|52||06-Oct-21||Wednesday||RCB vs SRH||7:30 PM||Abu Dhabi|
|53||07-Oct-21||Thursday||CSK vs PBKS||3:30 PM||Dubai|
|54||07-Oct-21||Thursday||KKR vs RR||7:30 PM||Sharjah|
|55||08-Oct-21||Friday||SRH vs MI||7:30 PM||Abu Dhabi|
|56||08-Oct-21||Friday||RCB vs DC||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|57||10-Oct-21||Sunday||Qualifier 1||7:30 PM||Dubai|
|59||13-Oct-21||Wednesday||Qualifier 2||7:30 PM||Sharjah|
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