Discover the Outcome in CSK vs GT IPL 2023 Qualifier One: Rain’s Influence and Complete Rules

CSK vs GT IPL 2023 Qualifier One: The first IPL 2023 Qualifier is going to be played between Chennai Super Kings against Gujarat Titans. The match between CSK vs GT will be played at M.A. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

CSK vs GT IPL 2023 Qualifier One

  • CSK will have to stop GT’s in-form opener, Shubman Gill.
  • Gill scored an unbeaten century in GT’s last match, which helped them to beat Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).
  • CSK has played seven matches at Chepauk this season, while GT has not played any.
  • The Chepauk pitch behaves differently in each match. So it will play it is very difficult to predict.
CSK Team
CSK Team

Here are some rules for the qualifiers: CSK vs GT

  • If the match is washed out, the teams will share a point each.
  • If the match is interrupted by rain, the teams will try to play at least 5 overs each.
  • In case of a tied match, a super-over will be played. This super will decide the fate of the match.
Gujarat Titans Players
Gujarat Titans Players

How Rain Affects Results

  • Duckworth-Lewis is a universal rule in the game of cricket in rain-affected matches.
  • In rain-affected matches, the result is often taken by this rule, but this happens when both teams have played only a fraction of their innings.
  • In case of rain interruption and also there is no play at least 5 overs each then the winner will be decided based on the points table and run rate.

No Reserve Day in IPL 2023 for the Qualifier

  • There is no reserve day for qualifiers and eliminators.
  • But a reserve day will be there for the final IPL match.
  • If rain interruption during the match then the match will be played the next day.
  • This will be arranged for the spectator.

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