5 New Rules in TATA IPL that will Shock You 
Are you looking for the new rules in TATA IPL 2023? You have come to the right blog.
TATA IPL has brought some new rules that will shock you. Some people are praising those rules and some are criticizing them. But it will be very exciting to see how the teams are using the rules in a situation. let’s break down the new rules of IPL 2023-
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Impact Player Rules
TATA IPL has imported this rule from Big Bash League. BCCI has successfully tested this rule in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and is now implementing it on TATA IPL. The rules of impact players can be introduced in a situation like Before the start of the innings, After an over finishes, At the fall of a wicket, or if a batter retires.
If a team has already included four overseas players in their playing XI, they cannot substitute an Indian player with a non-Indian player. The teams have the flexibility to initially include three overseas players in their playing XI and subsequently add one more overseas player during the course of the game.
Wide and No-ball Player Reviews
This review is already implemented in the recent Women’s IPL. According to his rules, Players are allowed to challenge the decision of No-ball and Wide-ball made by the umpires using DRS.
No Team Sheets on Toss
When the captains walk out for the coin toss, they will have the option to choose between two teams based on the outcome of the toss and their decision to bat or bowl first.
Presently, captains exchange their team sheets before the coin toss, and no changes can be made thereafter. However, the IPL is expected to permit teams to announce their preferred playing 11, depending on their decision to bat or bowl first and the combination that best suits them.
Penalty For Wicket-Keeper
Wicketkeepers are known to adjust their position in anticipation of improvised shots by batters in the T20 format.
However, in the IPL, if they make such a move before the ball is delivered, their team can face penalties such as a wide, no-ball, or dead ball, as determined by the on-field umpire.
New Batsman will Take Strike
In high-scoring T20 games where batters frequently hit big, a player who is at risk of being caught out can choose the next striker by crossing over to the non-striker’s end or staying within their crease. This strategy has traditionally favored the batting team as they can influence who faces the next delivery.
However, this rule has been revised, and now, irrespective of where the dismissed batter is on the pitch, the incoming player will always take the strike.
These, are the 5 news rules introduced in this year’s IPL. What do you think of these rules Comment down below.