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IPL final ticket booking 2017 details details is placed here. The 10th edition of the Indian Premier League has reached its finale with the top four sides having made it to the playoffs and looking to gun for the title. The final of IPL 2017 is going to be played on Sunday, 21st May at the Rajiv Gandhi International stadium in Hyderabad. You can book your IPL final tickets 2017 on Bookmyshow. The tickets can also be purchased from the stadium counters and select retail outlets a couple of days before the IPL final match.
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At the top of the table were the Mumbai Indians, who were also the first side to qualify as Rohit Sharma led them admirably despite his patchy form. On the other hand, Rising Pune Supergiant ended second after a poor start and potential dressing room issues before Ben Stokes stormed his way in the tournament to guide his side to the playoffs.
Mumbai and Pune will now clash in an exciting first Qualifier with the winner going through to the final while the losing team still having a chance to make the final.
The other playoffs game will see the Kolkata Knight Riders and the Sunrisers Hyderabad clash for a place in the second Qualifier – and this is a repeat of what happened last season as well, where the Sunrisers Hyderabad overcame the Knight Riders in the playoffs. Will Kolkata have sweet revenge over their opposition this time?
The issue for the Knight Riders is that they have had a rut going into the playoffs, having lost their last two games in a chase and four out of their final five games as well. That points to an inherent issue, which they will need to address.
The winner of this Hyderabad-Kolkata game will enter the second Qualifier where they take on the loser of the game between Mumbai and Pune.
What will be interesting to watch is how the pitches in these final four games play. We know the Mumbai pitch is a flat one and could end up helping the batsmen a great deal. Expect a high-scoring contest between Mumbai and Pune. On the other hand, Bangalore has shown to be a slow and two-paced pitch which the batsmen could have struggle in while the Hyderabad surface could show us to be a middling one.
We expect the Mumbai Indians to romp home to the final where they could play the Kolkata Knight Riders. Pune have had a good run but their issue will be the absence of Ben Stokes and Imran Tahir, two classy players on whom their 2017 campaign was based. Expect Kolkata to come good at crucial junctures.