IPL 2024 New Rules: 2 Bouncers can be Used in an OVER but this Rule will not be

IPL 2024 New Rules: This time the BCCI has implemented a big rule to help the bowlers, while a new system is also being introduced to avoid wasting too much time in the decisions of the third umpire. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) often comes up with some new rules in every season of IPL, which helps the game to be competitive.

IPL 2024 New Rules: 2 Bouncers can be Used in an OVER but this Rule will not be

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  • BCCI will not follow these 2 big rules of the ICC.
  • This time Two Bouncers will be in an Over.
  • In IPL 2024, DRS decisions will be on Quick note.

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    • What is the New Rules in IPL 2024?
    • Two Bouncers in an Over
    • Stop-clock will not be applied

PrimeNewsly, IPL 2024 New Rules: The first match of IPL 2024 will be played between Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Friday, March 22. The world's biggest cricket tournament is about to begin. For the fans who have been waiting for the start of the new season of IPL for the last 10 months, that moment has just arrived.

IPL is known for giving chance to New Player and the Cash Prize are so high in the franchise cricket around the world. Apart from this, a new rule will also be seen in the IPL this time, but two new rules of the ICC are not being implemented in the BCCI tournament.

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Two Bouncers in an Over Rule: The 17th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will begin today and in the final one would be the champion.Well, every season is special, but in the true sense, this season is going to be something more special for the fast bowlers. In this format, the strength of bowlers who hit a lot in fields with small boundaries has increased this season as the Indian board has allowed 2 bouncers in an over. From T20 Internationals to other T20 tournaments around the world, there is only one bouncer in the over.

The BCCI had introduced this rule for the first time in the last season of the domestic T20 tournament, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, and now it is being introduced in the IPL as well. However, this rule is applicable in Test and ODI cricket. The Indian board has decided to field it in the world's most famous T20 league and in case of success here, it can also be emphasized to field it in international T20.

IPL 2024

Stop-clock Rules: The IPL will not have the stop-clock rule, which the ICC recently made permanent in white-ball cricket. Under this rule, the bowlers will get 60 seconds to start the next over, for which there will be two warnings. Failure to do so will result in a five-run penalty for the bowling team.

DRS decisions will be on Quick note

Smart Review System: In addition to this, the BCCI has also introduced the Smart Review System, under which the third umpire, and the Hawk-Eye operator will be sitting in the same room and the third umpire will directly see the images of the Hawk-Eye camera. This will reduce the delay in viewing replays and decision making and will enable faster referrals or decisions in close cases.


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