ESPN+ will stream the Tata Indian Premier League playoffs, exclusively for fans in the U.S., beginning tomorrow May 24, with coverage of the Qualifier 1 match starting at 8:30 a.m. ET, featuring the Gujarat Titans vs. the Rajasthan Royals. Coverage of the Eliminator match between the Lucknow Super Giants and the Royal Challengers Bangalore will begin Wednesday, May 25, also at 8:30 a.m. ET.
Results of the Qualifier 1 and Eliminator matches will determine the matchups for the Qualifier 2 on Friday, May 27, and the Tata IPL Final on Sunday, May 29. All matches will be streamed in both English and Hindi.
|Qualifier 1||Tuesday, May 24||8:30 AM ET||Gujarat Titans
|Eliminator||Wednesday, May 25||Lucknow Super Giants
Royal Challengers Bangalore
|Qualifier 2||Friday, May 27||Q1 Loser
|Final||Sunday, May 29||Q1 Winner
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