The Indian Premier League (IPL) is returning to India with fanfare among Corona. Due to the Corona epidemic, BCCI has made significant changes regarding the tournament this time. This time two new teams have also joined. Due to this, the old eight teams have also been re-formed in the mega auction.
This has also been why new captains were made in most teams this time. There are many such things, which are happening for the first time in IPL this time. The biggest thing is that Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virat Kohli will no longer be captains. The BCCI has also made significant changes in the rules. Let’s know at a glance what will be new this time…
What will be new this time in IPL 15?
- The league will now have ten teams instead of 8. Two new teams Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans, were added.
- This time a new and unique format was launched in IPL for all ten teams.
- With the arrival of two new teams, the number of matches in the IPL also increased. Now instead of 60, there will be 74 matches.
- Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virat Kohli will not be the captain of any team. He will play as a player only.
- Now both the teams will get 2-2 DRS in both the innings of the match. Earlier, there was a rule to take 1-1 reviews only.
- As amended by the Melbourne Cricket Committee (MCC), the new rules of cricket will also apply. Marketing will now officially be considered a runout. (Click here to see all the revised new rules in Hindi)
- There will be an entry of 25% fans in the stadium. The first half of IPL 2021 took place in India without an audience. After this, the tournament is now being held in India.
- Any player or staff member who violates the rules of Bio-Bubble will be fined heavily.
- Ravindra Jadeja, Mayank Agarwal, Hardik Pandya, Faf du Plessis will be seen captaining IPL teams full time for the first time. While KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer will take charge of the new teams.
The tournament will start on March 26
The world’s biggest cricket league IPL 2022 season starts today (March 26). The first match will be between defending champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and last year’s runners-up team, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). This match will be held at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai from 7.30 pm. This time the final game will be played on May 29.