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The IPL is back on track with few necessary changes and will now commence from 19th September 2020 and will go on till 10th November.
What happens if the IPL 2020 players are tested positive for COVID?
COVID tests will be conducted once in every five days till the training period and 2-3 times when the matches start.
If any player tests positive of COVID, then he would immediately be taken out of the Bio-secure environment.
If the player is found to be asymptomatic then he would be hospitalised, in case of mild symptoms, the player would be taken out of a bio-secure environment for two weeks and can only return after getting negative in two consecutive tests which will happen in 24 hours interval.
The player would also have to go through cardiac screening to play with his team again.
New rules for this season IPL 2020
As the tournament comes close, the rules and regulations for this season have become clearer. However there hasn’t been much change in set of rules for the game, some additional help has been provided for better judgement and maintaining the flow of the game.
This season Ganguly has affirmed that in the upcoming season there would be a provision of concussion substitute. According to this rule, if a bowler, fielder or batsman suffers a concussion, then the teams can replace the injured player during the game. However the replacement must be approved by the match referee and it should be a like-for-like replacement.
A new addition for the season, this rule lays down that the front foot no-balls will now be adjudicated by a separate TV umpire, in another addition to this year’s IPL.
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