Rules And Regulations
Rules And Regulations Of IPL
The Indian Premier League has its own set of rules and regulations and here goes a short note on them:
IPL has stated that each of the teams should have at least 16 players of which 2 would be (in every team) from the BCCI under-twenty-two pool. Then, there would be one coach and one physiotherapist for each team. Besides, every team should have at least 8 local players and no team can take more than 10 international players in their team. In addition, amidst the 11 playing members in the team there can’t be more than 4 foreign players.
The IPL team owners are entitled to acquire their cricketers from any among these following options:
• Via Annual auction
• Signing the uncapped players
• Buying the domestic players
• Buying the replacements (for the cricketers not available)
The revenues gathered from IPL series would be collected through central pool that would further distribute that amidst franchisees and league management. Currently and up to 2017, this distribution arrangement would be 54 percent for franchisees, forty percent for the IPL & the remaining 6 percent would be prize money.
It’s to be stated that minimum 7 bowlers would be there for the entire 20 over match and of these 7, 6 would be bowling for three overs each and the last would bowl in the rest 2 overs. A match can only be declared complete if it completes the entire forty overs. A batting team has the right to call up all the extra cricketers for batting till 20th over but only the initial 11 cricketers can bowl/field.