IPL 2020: Final match in Mumbai Wankhede Stadium and No Change in Timing

Today Indian premier league Governing Council (IGC) meets in New Delhi to take decision on IPL match timing changes. IGC decided that there will be no change in IPL night match timing, the match start timing will be same as 8 PM.

IGC also decided there is no change in the final match stadium and the IPL final match will be played in the Mumbai Wankhede Stadium on 24 March 2020.

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There are some rule changes also you can see in VIVO IPL 2020. Sourav Ganguly announces the opening and final match and also told to the media that “The concussion substitute and the no-ball rule are new additions for the season”.

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You may wonder what is the concussion substitute?

Concussion substitute means injured player can be replaced by other player in the team.