A look at IPL 2023 Final weather report, what will happen if the summit clash between Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titans is called off along with the Narendra Modi stadium weather report today
The final two teams are ready for the 16th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 title. The match is all set between Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titans.
Hardik Pandya’s Gujarat Titans (GT), who were victorious against Mumbai Indians (MI) in Qualifier 2, advanced to the IPL championship game against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Sunday, May 28 at Ahmedabad’s iconic Narendra Modi Stadium.
Notably, Hardik Pandya and the team earned a spot in the championship game against four-time champions CSK and will play in their second straight final. In addition to the two heavyweights, spectators at the venue and those watching the final will be hoping to see a complete game.
Narendra Modi Stadium Ahmedabad IPL 2023 final weather report today for March 28 and who wins if match is rained out
Note that just prior to the Qualifier 2 match between Gujarat and Mumbai, there were brief intervals of rain at the Ahmedabad site. In the event that the CSK vs. GT Final game is postponed due to the summit match taking place at the same venue on Sunday, we look at the guidelines established by the IPL management.
What will happen if CSK vs GT Final washes out?
‘AccuWeather’ has predicted that there will be 56% cloud cover and a 61% chance of showers in the evening. According to “BBC Weather,” the Final’s weather will probably continue to be brisk with 48% humidity.
If the worst case scenario; that is, if the game is hampered by the presence of the rain gods; the game will start at 8 p.m. on May 29. A reserve day is made available. Additionally, an additional 120 minutes have been allocated for the reserve day.
Each team will have at least five overs to bat, and if required, the number of overs will be reduced. For a five-over-per-side game, the cutoff time is 12.26 am.
If the match has started (with at least one ball bowled) on the original day (May 28), the game will be over the next day (May 29). In accordance with the rules, the contest will resume where it left off the previous day.
In the event that the toss is conducted on the designated day (May 28) and no potential play follows, a new 20-over per side match will start with a new toss on the reserve day. Teams will also be able to switch sides during the game. A Super Over can begin for the final no later than 1.20 am if even a five-over-per-side contest is not possible.