Bengaluru to host Ranji Trophy knockouts from June 4


The first class competition will resume after the IPL in a bio-bubble, with the closing scheduled for June 20-24

Jharkhand's squad gets together after winning a thriller against Tamil Nadu, Jharkhand vs Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy 2021-22, 4th day, Guwahati, March 6, 2022

Jharkhand will face Bengal in the main quarter-final  •  PTI

Bengaluru will host the Ranji Trophy knockouts from June 4, with the closing scheduled to bustle from June 20-24, in a bio-bubble.

It is known that there will most seemingly be no indispensable quarantine, however all teams will prefer to approach with a harmful RT-PCR test.

Forty-one-time Ranji champions Mumbai will face Uttarakhand whereas Karnataka are pitted against Uttar Pradesh. Bengal will face Jharkhand and Punjab will bustle into Madhya Pradesh in the a number of two quarter-finals. Each the semi-finals are then scheduled for June 12-16 following three days of leisure.

The first phase of the Ranji Trophy, which consisted of the league phase and one pre-quarter final, turned into as soon as held sooner than the delivery of IPL 2022. The Ranji Trophy turned into as soon as shelved in 2020-21 as a outcome of of the pandemic. It turned into as soon as the main time that India’s premier first class competition had now no longer featured in the calendar since its inception in the 1934-35 season.

Ranji knockouts schedule

June 4-8, First quarter-final: Bengal vs Jharkhand

June 4-8, Second quarter-final: Mumbai vs Uttarakhand

June 4-8, Third quarter-final: Karnataka vs UP
June 4-8, Fourth quarter-final: Punjab vs MP

June 12-16, First semi: Winner of QF1 vs QF4

June 12-16, Second semi: Winner of QF2 vs QF3

June 20-24: Final

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