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BCCI makes major changes to IPL 2022 final match timings, final check new schedule for title report

The final match of the 15th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be played on May 29 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. In match number 67 of the 15th season of the league, the Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated the Gujarat Titans by eight wickets on Thursday to enter the top four. Bangalore has 16 points in 14 matches. With this, the Sunrisers Hyderabad and Punjab Kings teams are out of the tournament. Because they have 12 points now, although the two teams remain 1-1 games. But even after winning this match, they would only have 14 points. Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders are already out of the race for the qualifiers.

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The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry has now taken a big step regarding the timing of the final match of IPL 2022. Due to the closing ceremony, the timing of the final match has been changed. The final match will now start at 8pm instead of 7:30pm. The pre-match cultural event will start at 6:30 pm. This will be followed by the draw at 7:30 and the match will start 30 minutes later. There has been no opening or closing ceremony at the IPL for the past three years. However, this time around, the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry has also invited bids from reputable institutions to organize the closing ceremony of IPL 2022 through the bidding process.

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IPL 2022 matches are scheduled to end on May 22. This will be followed by the play-off matches and the playoffs 1 and elimination matches in Kolkata and Ahmedabad. Nowadays, afternoon matches start at 03:30 while evening matches start at 07:30. BCCI has stated that BCCI’s preferred time for the double header will be 4pm Indian Standard Time and 8pm.

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