The IPL will be played under new rules in 2022. In the IPL, the DRS rules for catching out and running out have also changed. At the same time, with the threat of Corona in mind, there has been room for changes in the tournament’s schedule. Because of Corona, if a team is unable to field all 11 players (at least seven Indians are required), the match will be rescheduled. If the match is not organised even later, the matter will be referred to the technical committee, which will make a decision.
It used to be a rule in the IPL that if a match could not be held due to Corona, it would be rescheduled. If the match is not organised a second time, the team that is unable to field 11 players will be declared the loser. The opposing team will receive two points as a result of this.
The DRS rule has also been altered.
Previously, in the IPL, each innings had only one DRS. Both teams had four DRS in total during the match. There were two DRS on a team, one for batting and the other for bowling. According to Cricbuzz, each team will now have four DRS. When batting, two DRS can be used, and when bowling, two DRS can be used. This means that even if one DRS is lost, teams will still have one DRS remaining, which was previously not the case.
What exactly is the new catch-all rule?
According to reports in the media, BCCI has decided that the new MCC rules will be implemented in IPL 2022 as well. When a batsman is caught out, the new batsman is the only one who has to play the next ball. It was previously the rule that if the batsmen switched ends before the catch was taken, the batsman on the non-strike would play the next ball. When a batsman is caught out on the last ball of an over, the batsman standing at the other end will play the first ball of the next over.
Mankading will now be included in the category of run outs in the IPL. He will be considered run out if a batsman standing in non-strike leaves the crease before the ball is bowled and the bowler scatters his bails.
If no super over occurs, the winner will be determined based on the points table.
If there is no Super Over and the playoff or final match ends in a tie, the team with the most points will be declared the winner. In most tie matches, however, there is a super over, which determines the winner. The chances of a tie in a Super Over are extremely slim.