Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 new rules and regulations changes

Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 new rules and regulations changes

A look at the change in rules and regulations for the 2024 Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024

Promising cricket enthusiasts are eager to witness this T20 cricket when the Indian Premier League (IPL) returns in 2024 which is just days away.

Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 new rules and regulations changes list

There are ten teams with exceptional cricket players in the IPL 2024. They’ll compete in 72 challenging games for the coveted title.

The schedule which released by the BCCI shows that the reigning champion Chennai Super Kings will take on Royal Challengers Bangalore in Chennai on March 22 to kick off the IPL 2024 season.

There are 21 scheduled games between March 22 and April 7 in 10 different cities, therefore every team will play in at least three and up to five games during this time.

Meanwhile, due to the implementation of a new rules that offered teams a great deal of depth and confidence in their starting lineup, the previous season was really exceptional.


After the ‘Impact Player’ rule was introduced, all the teams tried to take advantage of it by substituting an extra bowler or batsman for the person who was originally named in the playing XI. It will remain in effect for the 2024 Indian Premier League as well. Additionally, there are few new rules for the upcoming season.


Pay increases for uncapped players

The BCCI would provide India caps for uncapped players in the Indian Premier League, it was announced in December 2023.

A player who is not capped or who obtains five or ten caps at any point between the conclusion of one season and the beginning of the next is eligible to have their League Fee paid before the start of any season be less than fifty lakhs of rupees.

Two bouncers per over

A major alteration that the IPL has implemented aims to create a more equitable balance between bowlers and batsmen by allowing bowlers to deliver two bouncers every over. This will be implemented in the upcoming season this year.


The objective of this modification is to provide bowlers with more choices and surprise batsmen. It was successfully tested during the 2023–24 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, India’s domestic T20 event.


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