IPL 2021: New rule change permits third umpire to overview on-field short-run and no-ball calls


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Kings XI Punjab (identify modified to Punjab Kings) reacted strongly to the short-run name, which proved expensive for the facet as they conceded a defeat to Delhi Capitals within the Tremendous Over.

With IPL 2021 days away from kick off, BCCI has made two main rule modifications within the up to date pointers, together with permitting the third umpire to overview short-run and no-ball calls made my on-field umpires.

The brand new guidelines by BCCI for IPL 2021 taking part in situation state: “Brief-run: Within the case of the brief run, the third umpire checks the brief run and may overturn the choice made by the on-field umpires.”

Final 12 months, Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings) vs Delhi Capitals match was marred with controversy after a short-run name by the umpire grew to become an enormous debating level with dropping facet Kings XI submitting an official criticism on the decision.

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Within the different main change, Indian cricket board has determined that on-field umpires are not allowed to offer smooth indicators when referring to a choice to the third umpire after Staff India skipper Virat Kohli stated it creates confusion.

As per the up to date taking part in situations for the IPL 2021, the brand new guidelines state: “Tender Sign: Onfield Umpire giving Tender Sign whereas referring the choice to the third Umpire is not going to be relevant.”

Additionally, in an effort to management the match timings, the 20th over in every innings is now included within the 90 minutes allotted as a substitute of the sooner rule the place 20th over should begin on or earlier than the 90th minute.

There may be one other up to date clause within the taking part in situations and it states that in an uninterrupted match, subsequent tremendous overs might be performed until an hour’s time from the precise completed time of the tied matches (Clause 16.three.1).



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