IPL New Rules and Changes for this season, What’s new this season you should know.
The biggest t20 tournament of India, Indian Premier League 2020 is all set to take place from Sunday 29nd March, and the final match of the IPL 2020 will be held on Sunday 24 May at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.
On Monday 27 January the IPL Governing Council Brijesh Patel confirmed that the final match of Indian Premier League 2020 will be held on May 24 at Wankhede Stadium, which is the home ground of last year champion Mumbai Indians.
IPL 2020 New Rules & Changes
There are several changes and new rules regulation are added for this season of Indian premier league, let’s have a look what’s new this season?
There will be no change in the time table of IPL night games. it will start from 8 pm like last year. There was a decision about 07:30 pm time schedule but it’s not happening now.
The BCCI president and former Indian captain Saurav Ganguly confirmed in the media conference after the meeting of IPL Governing Council and BCCI in New Delhi.
Ganguly told that We will have only five doubleheaders (4 pm and 8 pm) this time, which means there will be only six games with 4 pm start, while the rest of the matches will continue to have a start time of 8 pm.
Substitute Players Rules
BCCI President Saurav Ganguly has confirmed that the upcoming season of IPL will have concussion substitute. As per the rule, if a bowler, batsman or fielder suffers a concussion then teams can replace that injured player during the game. But, that replacement will have to be approved by the match referee and it should be a like-for-like replacement.
The no-ball rule is new additions for the season. In this season of IPL, the front foot no-balls will now be adjudicated by a separate TV umpire, in another addition to this year’s IPL. The introduction of a designated comes after poor umpiring calls concerning front foot in IPL 2019.
Rajasthan Royals’ New Home
The Rajasthan Royals are likely to play their three home games at the Barsapara Stadium in Guwahati this season
IPL All-Star Games
The BCCI president also added that there will be an IPL All-Stars tournament that will take place before the IPL. However, he brushed aside the possibility of the new stadium in Ahmedabad – which was the proposed venue for an undefined high-profile match to be held on March 23 – being a possible venue for the tournament. The proceeds from the game will go to a charity.
“It will be an IPL All-Stars Game three days before the start of IPL. The venue is not Ahmedabad as it still not matches ready. We have not decided on where we will make the donation,” the former India captain said.
That’s all about the IPL 2020 New Rules and Changes which is new this season