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New Rules and Home Games to Have Impact on IPL 2023

In the 16th season of the Indian Premier League, so-called “impact players” will be added to the lineup of big-name cricket players like Virat Kohli and Ben Stokes.

The biggest and richest franchise tournament in the sport will start on Friday when the defending champion Gujarat Titans play the four-time winner Chennai Super Kings.

The 2023 tournament will be a mix of the old and the new. In the first stage, there will be 70 home-and-away games, and then there will be four final rounds.

The COVID-19 pandemic messed up the schedule for the first Twenty20 event in a lot of ways.

In 2020, the IPL was stopped in the middle of April because of an outbreak of the coronavirus. The second part of the tournament was held in September in the United Arab Emirates.

The whole tournament was held in the United Arab Emirates in 2021. Last year, the tournament came back to India, but with some limits. All games were played in Mumbai or Pune until the knockout round when they were moved to Kolkata and Ahmedabad.

So there is a lot of excitement among cricket fans in India now that the IPL is back home for all 10 teams.

New Rules and Home Games to Have Impact on IPL 2023

For some background, the first 65,000 tickets for the first game of the season between Gujarat and Chennai in Ahmedabad sold out in just a few hours. The venue with 135,000 seats is likely to be full.

In their first season, the Titans won the title. Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya was in charge of the team. Rashid Khan is the best T20 bowler in the world, and the club has added former New Zealand captain Kane Williamson to its team to make it even better.

Like millions of other people in India, fans in Ahmedabad will be wanting to see Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former India captain who is a huge deal for Chennai Super Kings.

After last year’s failed experiment with a replacement captain, Dhoni, who is 41, will be heading again, and there is more and more talk that this will be his last season as a player. With England’s test captain Stokes and all-rounder Moeen Ali in the team, Chennai will have a better team.

All-rounder Sam Curran is another English player who is getting a lot of attention. He missed the 2022 IPL because of an illness, but he is now back for Punjab Kings as the most expensive player in 15 years. He was the best player at the T20 World Cup in 2022, which England won.

Cameron Green, an all-rounder, is playing in the IPL for the first time with the Mumbai Indians. He was a big part of Australia’s recent tour to India, where he played a big role.

The Mumbai Indians, who had won the league five times but came in last place in 2022, bought Green in one of the best deals at this year’s player sales.

For the 2023 season, there are both new players and a lot of new rules.

The biggest change has to do with an “Impact Player,” which lets teams bring in a replacement player at any time during the game. As an Impact Player, any Indian player can be used, but a foreign player can only be used if the team hasn’t used up all of their spots in the starting XI.

As a general rule, IPL teams can have no more than four players from outside India in their starting group.

New Rules and Home Games to Have Impact on IPL 2023

In order to do this, the rules about how to flip a coin have been changed. Depending on whether they’re going to bat or bowl first, captains can now choose their starting order after the toss instead of before. Some people don’t think it’s the best way to move forward.

“This rule almost takes away the role of all-rounders,” said Ricky Ponting, the head coach of the Delhi Capitals and a former Australia captain.

“I don’t think many teams will use all-rounders who might bat at No. 7 and bowl an over or two this season unless they are truly world-class and are picked either as batsmen or bowlers, not as “bits and pieces” guys. Because you no longer need those people.”

A time punishment has been added to control rates, which is another important change. Like in international T20 and one-day international cricket, if the defence team doesn’t finish its overs in time, the number of fielders outside the 30-yard circle will be cut.

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The IPL will also be presented in a way that has never been done before. For the first time in the history of Indian cricket, the action will be shown on two different channels.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India, which runs the IPL, made deals that were worth about $6 billion. Disney Star kept the TV rights from 2023 to 2027, and Viacom18 got the internet rights for the same five-year period.

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