Many new rules may be added to the IPL, from DRS to Super Over


The teams will not be able to go anywhere by plane this time to avoid infection. This means that all the teams will have to travel by bus from Mumbai to Pune. At the same time, if a team is unable to field 11 cricketers due to Covid, then the game can be postponed to another day.

There can be a lot of changes in the rules before the start of this year’s IPL. Though nothing has been announced by the BCCI or the IPL Governing Council so far, they are considering making changes to several rules. Notable among them are drs, super over rules.

According to sources, there was one DRS in every match in the IPL so far. That is, the two teams could appeal against the umpire’s decision once in each innings. But from this time, the DRS may be increased from one to two. That is, teams can appeal against the umpire’s decision twice if they want.

It is also learnt that if the Super Over cannot be completed within the stipulated time at the play-off level, then the team that was at the top of the league list may be declared the winner.

According to the marylebone cricket club ‘s (MCC) proposal, there may also be a change in the rule of changing the edge of the batters in case of catches. From this time on, even if the batter from the non-striking end comes to the striking end before a batter is caught out, the new batter will come and stand at the batting end.

This year’s competition will begin on March 26. In the first match, last time’s finalists Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai Super Kings will face off.

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