*There was no change in the timing of matches for the IPL 2020 season
*The first match will be played at four in the evening and the second match from eight in the night
IPL 2020 - The final match of the Indian Premier League will be played in Mumbai on 24 May and the Governing Council decided that the matches of the league would not start at seven and a half but as usual from 8 pm. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly also said that the IPL final will not be in Ahmedabad but in Mumbai itself.
Ganguly said, 'There has been no change in the timing of IPL night matches. As before, they will start at eight o'clock (8:00 PM) at night. There was talk of holding the match at seven and a half (7:30 PM) but it is not going to happen.
Ganguly said, "This time only five matches will be double-header (four clock in the evening (4:00 PM) and eight clock in the night (8:00 PM)). The final will be played in Mumbai. For the first time, 'Kankashan' substitute player and 'third umpire Noble' will also be introduced in the IPL for the first time.
For the past few years, the incidence of injury while playing for the cricketers has increased. Last year, new rules related to this were also implemented in Test cricket. On the fifth day of the Ashes Test, under this rule, Marnus Labuschen was introduced in the Australian team in place of Steve Smith.
Now the third umpire will decide on No boll in place of on-field umpires. This experiment was done during the series between India and the West Indies.
At the same time, BCCI will conduct an 'All Star Match' between all the international players before the IPL starts for a charity.
Ganguly said, 'It will be an IPL Allstar match three days before the IPL starts. The match will not be held in Ahmedabad as the stadium is not ready yet. We have not yet decided who will be the charity. more latest news.