In IPL 2023

New Rule Changes

The biggest rule change in IPL 2023 is the Impact Player.

The importance of this new ruling can be gauged by the fact that all the 10 teams's support staff have already started working overtime to understand and make most of this new rule.

The teams will be allowed to name their playing XI along with five substitutes after the toss.

The captain has to inform the on-field umpire at the fall of a wicket, or any of the batters in the middle can retire at any time during the over or innings break and be replaced by the Impact Player.

the Impact Player has to be brought on before the 14th over of the innings.

As per the IPL 2023 playing conditions clause 1.2.1: 'Each captain shall nominate 11 players plus a maximum of 5 substitute fielders in writing to the IPL Match Referee after the toss.'

This new ruling could see captains walk out with two team sheets to keep options ready in case they bat or bowl first.

Players reviewing wide or no-balls, which was implemented during the WPL, will now be introduced in IPL 2023 -- the first time it will be used in a men's T20 league.

The wicket-keeper will no longer be allowed to shift his position before the batter hits the ball.

Teams have to complete their quota of 20 overs within their stipulated time limit of 90 minutes.


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