Sunil Gavaskar, Harbhajan Singh Have Their Say On New ‘Impact Player’ Rule In IPL 2023

IPL 2023 Impression Participant Rule: The sixteenth season of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2023) started on Friday (thirty first March) with a blockbuster match between MS Dhoni’s Chennai Tremendous Kings and Hardik Pandya’s Gujarat Titans on the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

After 4 years, IPL, this yr, is being performed in its unique ‘Residence and Away’ format, with some new guidelines being carried out. One among such guidelines, launched for the primary time within the IPL is the ‘Impression Participant Rule’.

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After the toss, every group will give a listing of 5 substitute gamers other than the taking part in XI. Groups can use the influence participant earlier than the beginning of the 14th over of the innings. If the groups are unable to make use of the influence participant within the first innings, then there’s a provision to interchange them.

In the meantime, ex-India skipper Sunil Gavaskar and former spinner Harbhajan Singh, a part of the IPL commentary panel for official TV broadcasters, had their say on the brand new Impression Participant rule.

Whereas Talking on Star Sports activities, Sunil Gavaskar mentioned, “You want a while to know new guidelines and acclimatise with new taking part in circumstances. The identical would be the case with all ten groups within the TATA IPL 2023. They are going to want a while to ace it.

“Harbhajan Singh gave an enormous thumbs as much as the brand new revolutionary rule.

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Whereas Talking on Star Sports activities, Harbhajan Singh mentioned, “It is a very revolutionary transfer as now you can substitute a participant whom you’re feeling shouldn’t be appropriate or has served his function with somebody who could make an influence within the present taking part in circumstances. So, kudos to BCCI, it is an excellent rule.”

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