Extra thrill will be seen in IPL 2023, this new rule will create panic

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The most popular cricket tournament by the Board of Control for Cricket in India Indian Premier League Preparations for the next season have started. IPL is celebrated as the biggest festival of cricket in India. Exciting matches between players from 10 different teams is the real identity of IPL. Many players have also registered their names for the new season of IPL. Let us tell you that the Board of Control for Cricket in India is going to do a new experiment in the new season of IPL. The Board of Control for Cricket in India is going to implement a new rule in the new season of IPL called Impact Player.

This rule will add new thrill to IPL. The Board of Control for Cricket in India implemented this rule in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, India’s domestic T20 tournament that ended a few days ago. Now this rule will be seen in the new season of IPL. A post regarding this rule has also been made on the official Twitter handle of IPL. It has been said in this post that this rule will be implemented from this year itself.

What’s in this new rule?

According to this new Tactical Substitute rule of IPL, before the toss in the match, the captain of the team will name his playing 11 as well as 4 substitute players. Any one of these 4 players can be used during the match. Players can be changed in the game before the completion of 14 overs in the match. This player can also bowl all his overs.

Rule does not apply at this time

There are some conditions to this rule as well. This rule can be easily implemented throughout the match, when both the teams can take advantage of this rule. If for any reason in a match this rule will not apply in an innings of 10 overs or less. This player can play any role during the match.

Hrithik Shokin became the first impact player

Delhi all-rounder Hrithik Shokeen became the first impact bowler in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. He scored 71 against Manipur and led his team to a resounding victory. Such a rule was also implemented in Australia’s T20 league Big Bash League. This rule was named the X factor.

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