IPL 2020 Semi-Finals : Only two matches were played before the ultimate within the semi-final format

Only two matches were played before the ultimate within the semi-final format. In this, the primary place team of the points table competed against the fourth and second place team. The winning team from both the matches played the finals.

IPL 2020 Semi-Finals : Only two matches were played before the ultimate within the semi-final format

IPL thrill was enhanced by variety of changes, including strategic time outs, Orange and Purple Cap, a bowling decision by the third umpire that came into force this year. a serious change during this sequence was made within the tournament format within the fourth season of the league in 2011. That change was the choice to carry the playoffs in situ of the semi-finals. This decision proved effective and therefore the thrill of the league increased.

After the group stage matches, the highest four teams reach subsequent round, the playoffs. this is often the round before the ultimate match, where there are three stage matches. Qualifier 1, Eliminator and Qualifier 2

Qualifier 1:Here the competition is between the highest two teams of the points table. The winning team reaches the finals directly.

Eliminator:There is a contest between the third and fourth place team. Whichever team wins it reaches Qualifier 2.

Qualifier 2:There is a fight between the team losing in Qualifier 1 and therefore the winning team in Eliminator. The winning team then reaches the finals.

Only two matches were played before the ultimate within the semi-final format. In this, the primary place team of the points table competed against the fourth and second place team. The winning team from both the matches played the finals.