Indian Premier League (IPL)

IPL 2020: Qualifier 1, Eliminator, and Qualifier 2 explained

IPL 2020: Qualifier 1, Eliminator, and Qualifier 2 explained

IPL 2020: Qualifier 1, Eliminator, and Qualifier 2 explained

The league matches of the thirteenth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) has been winded up and the cash-rich tournament will now be stepping towards the playoffs.

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Qualifier 1: Q1

Eliminator: E

Qualifier 2: Q2

The playoffs conclude of the Qualifier 1, Eliminator, and the Qualifier 2. The Mumbai Indians (MI) and the Delhi Capitals (DC) are to face each other in the Q1 and the winner of the match will be directly headed to the finals.

The next match that is named as Eliminator, will be played between the Sun Risers Hyderabad (SRH) and the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). As the name indicates (Eliminator), the losing team will be out and the winners will be first headed to the Q2 to face the loser of the Q1. The one from MI and DC losing the game will have one more chance as they will be featuring in the Q2 to try their luck with the winners of the Q2 (either RCB or SRH).

IPL 2020: Qualifier 1, Eliminator, and Qualifier 2 explained

Next, the winner of the Q2 will be stepped in the final along with the winning team of the Q1 and the two teams will be struggling to notch the trophy.

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