The Indian Premier League season 15 league matches have ended. After four games, the champion of this season will be found. This season either IPL will get a new winner or Rajasthan will repeat history. So far, 70 matches have been played in IPL 2022, but not a single super over has been seen. This is not the first time in tournament history that a single Super Over has not occurred in any season. Even before this 5 seasons have been played without a super over.

Previously, not a single Super Over was released in 2008, 2011, 2012, 2016 and 2018 seasons. At the same time, 1 in IPL 2009, 1 in 2010, 2 in 2013, 1 in 2014, 1 in 2015, 1 in 2019, 2 in 2019, 4 in IPL 2020 and 1 super over in IPL 2021.

  • IPL 2008
  • IPL 2011
  • IPL 2012
  • ICB 2016
  • ICB 2018

  • IPL 2009- 1 Super Over
  • IPL 2010- 1 Super Over
  • IPL 2013 – 2 Super Overs
  • IPL 2014 – 1 Super Over
  • IPL 2015- 1 Super Over
  • IPL 2017- 1 Super Over
  • IPL 2019- 2 Super Overs
  • IPL 2020 – 4 Super Overs
  • IPL 2021- 1 Super Over

  • The Super Over must start 10 minutes after the end of the second inning.
  • The team that bats second in the game will bat first in the Super Over.
  • Super over must be played only on the field of play.
  • Fielding restrictions must remain the same as in the last over of the match.
  • Only three batsmen (two wickets) and one bowler from each team may participate in the Super Over.
  • If the super over is also tied, another super over will be played. This process will continue until the winner is decided.

  • Qualifier-1, May 24 (Kolkata): Gujarat Titans vs Rajasthan Royals.
  • Eliminator – May 25 (Kolkata): Lucknow Super Giants vs Royal Challengers Bangalore.
  • Qualifier-2, May 27 (Ahmedabad): Between the winner of the qualifier and the team that lost the first qualifier.
  • Final – May 29 (Ahmedabad): Between the winning team of Qualifier-1 and Qualifier-2.

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