IPL 2020 New Rules, Regulations, and changes for IPL 2020

IPL 2020: New Rules, Regulations, and changes for IPL 2020

The Indian Premier League (IPL 2020), India’s largest T20 tournament, will begin on March 29, Sunday with New Rules & Regulations. The final match of Indian Premier League IPL will hold on Sunday, May 24, at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, the home of last year’s champion, the Mumbai Indians. IPL Governing Council Brijesh Patel confirmed this on Monday, January 27. Many changes have made to the rules and regulations for this season of the IPL.

Let’s see what’s new Rules Regulations, and Changes made for IPL 2020 fans this year

Schedule & Timing: No changes will be made to the schedule of IPL night games. Like last year, it will start from 8 pm Authorities were playing with the idea of preserving it at 7:30 pm, but then abandoned the idea. The IPL and BCCI Governing Council meeting in New Delhi followed by a press conference where Sourav Ganguly, the president of BCCI and the former Indian captain confirms this information. He added that there would only be five doubleheaders (4 pm and 8 pm) this year, implying that there will only be six games from 4 pm, while the remaining matches will continue to have a start time of 8 pm.

Substitute Player Rules: Ganguly also claimed that the next season of IPL would have concussion substitutes. According to this rule, if a bowler, batter or fielder suffers a concussion, teams can replace the injured player during the game. Also, the replacement must approve by the match referee and must be a similar replacement.

Non-ball rules: A new addition to the season, this rule states that a separate TV referee will award the non-balls of the front foot in another addition to this year’s IPL.

RR (Rajasthan Royals) new home: they are likely to play their three home games at Barsapara Stadium in Guwahati this season.

IPL All-Star Games: Ganguly went on to say that an IPL All-Stars tournament held before the IPL. It speculates that Ahmedabad, which was the proposed venue for a high-profile match to be held on March 23, is likely to be the venue for the tournament; however, the president of BCCI ruled out the possibility. Proceeds from this indefinite high-profile game will donate to charity.

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