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50. IPL 2017 PLAYOFF MATCHES

1. Law 1 - The Players

2. Law 2 - Substitutes and Runners, Batsman or Fielder Leaving the Field, Batsman Retiring, Batsman Commencing Innings

3. Law 3 - The Umpires

4. Law 4 - The Scorers

5. Law 5 - The Ball

6. Law 6 - The Bat

7. Law 7 - The Pitch

8. Law 8 - The Wickets

9. Law 9 - The Bowling, Popping and Return Creases

10. Law 10 - Preparation and Maintenance of the Playing Area

11. Law 11 - Covering the Pitch

12. Law 12 - Innings

13. Law 13 - The Follow-on

14. Law 14 - Declaration and Forfeiture

15. Law 15 - Intervals

16. Law 16 - Start of Play; Cessation of Play

17. Law 17 - Practice on the Field

18. Law 18 - Scoring Runs

19. Law 19 - Boundaries

20. Law 20 - Lost Ball

21. Law 21 - The Result

22. Law 22 - The Over

23. Law 23 - Dead Ball

24. Law 24 - No Ball

25. Law 25 - Wide Ball

26. Law 26 - Bye and Leg Bye

27. Law 27 - Appeals

28. Law 28 - The Wicket is Down

29. Law 29 - Batsman out of His Ground

30. Law 30 - Bowled

31. Law 31 - Timed Out

32. Law 32 - Caught

33. Law 33 - Handled the Ball

34. Law 34 - Hit the Ball Twice

35. Law 35 - Hit Wicket

36. Law 36 - Leg Before Wicket

37. Law 37 - Obstructing the Field

38. Law 38 - Run Out

39. Law 39 - Stumped

40. Law 40 - The Wicket-Keeper

41. Law 41 - Fielder

42. Law 42 - Fair and Unfair Play

43. APPENDIX 1

44. APPENDIX 2

45. APPENDIX 3

46. APPENDIX 4

47. APPENDIX 5

48. APPENDIX 6

49. APPENDIX 7

50. IPL 2017 PLAYOFF MATCHES


WEATHER OR OTHER CONDITIONS INTERFERING WITH VIVO IPL 2017 PLAYOFF MATCHES
MATCH PLAYING CONDITIONS BRIEFING NOTE

Below is a summary of the implications of any of the VIVO IPL 2017 playoff matches being interrupted by rain or other reason. For a full understanding, please refer to the Match Playing Conditions – and specifically clauses 12.4.2, 12.5, 21.2& 21.10.
1.Extra time of 120 minutes is available for each playoff match.

2.A playoff match can start on the original day as late as 10.10pm without the number of overs being reduced (10 minute interval, time-outs retained).

3.A reserve day is available for the final, matches are as follows:

a.Qualifier 1 – no reserve day

b.Eliminator – no reserve day

c.Qualifier 2 – no reserve day

d.Final – reserve day: 22 May2017 at Hyderabad Stadium starting at 8.00pm

An additional 2hoursof extra time is available on the reserve day.

4.The number of overs in the playoff match may, if necessary, be reduced so that each side has the opportunity to bat for 5 overs.

5.The latest that a five overs per side match can start is 12.26am (10 minute interval, no timeouts) – with a scheduled finish of 1.20am.

6.If theFinal has started (at least one ball bowled) but not finished on the original day, it will be completedon the reserve day. The match will resume at the point where it stopped on the previous day. For the avoidance of doubt, any match recalculations done without the match actually restarting on the previous night will be ignored.

Note that 3 hours and 20 minute plus a further extra time of 2 hours are available for play on the reserve day.

7.Examples of the applications of paragraph 5 and 6:

a.Final starts and after 4 overs of the first innings, rain prevents any further play that night the match restarts at 8.00pm on 22May2017 with (if conditions allow) the first innings being completed (16 overs) and the full second innings of 20 overs.

b.If anyQualifier or the Eliminator starts on time and the first innings of 20 overs is completed but after 5.1 overs of the second innings, rain prevents any further play thatnight the result is decided that night under the Duckworth/Lewis/Stern method.

c.After the toss for the Final, no play is possible that night a new 20 over per side match starts at 8.00pm on 22 May 2017. Each team can select a new team.

8.For the Eliminator and each Qualifier playoff matches (where there is no reserve day), in the event that it is not possible to schedule a 5 over match to complete by the end of the extra time on the original day, the teams will, if conditions permit, play a Super Over to determine the winner of the relevant Eliminator or Qualifier match. This means that the pitch and ground must be ready for play so that the Super Over can start at the latest by 1.20am.

9.For the Final, in the event that it is not possible to schedule a 5 over match to be completedby the end of the extra time on the reserve day, the teams will, if conditions permit, play a Super Over to determine the winner of the final. This means that the pitch and ground must be ready for play so that the Super Over can start at the latest by 1.20am (Final).

10.In the event that it is not possible to start the Super Over as described in paragraphs 8 and 9or to then complete the Super Over without interruption, the team that finished highest in the league table after the 56 matches of the regular season shall be declared the winner of the relevant playoff match or final.