IPL 2020- BCCI plans to implement new rules that will surprise the fans: The Board Of Control Of Cricket In India is planning to implement the new rule in the next edition of the IPL. The plan is to allow all the teams to substitute any of the players out of the 15-member squad which will be submitted in place of the 11-member squad. As this rule has been passed and has been implemented in the International cricket, BCCI is set to plan for this rule which according to them excite the fans and make the IPL 2020 bigger, better and more entertaining.
IPL 2020- BCCI plans to implement new rules that will surprise the fans
“While we are looking to introduce it in IPL 2020, trying the concept first in the upcoming Mushtaq Ali Trophy could be the ideal way forward,” a BCCI official said.
How the idea will change the game?
The change in the rule in IPL 2020 will bring more entertainment and add more excitement to the game. Just like you need ten runs of the final over and Jasprit Bumrah has a minor injury, but if you name him in the 15-member squad, you can ask him whether he is able to bowl the final over and win the match for his team. This will create shock and excitement simultaneously and the entertainment would be at its peak.
Just like if AB De Villers is having a pain in his thumb and he is fit in between the match when his team is in crucial position, you can ask him to bat and lead his team to the victory if he is named in the 15-member squad. IPL is all about excitement but this surprising rule will add more excitement and suspense in the minds of the fans supporting their respective teams.
The concept will create new strategies as at any point in time, the batsman or the bowler can be substituted. This will also increase the power of making strategies and also will help players learn how to handle any situation. Earlier, players had to make plans according to the 11-men side who were to play the match and now it will be a 15-men side and so the strategies have to be made keeping in mind of all the 15 players whose names have been submitted during the toss.
Apart from this rule in IPL 2020, the members will also review the 2019 edition of IPL. The board is set to make this league bigger, better and more thrilling in the coming season.