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IPL 2024: Lucknow Super Giants Adam Voges not happy with Impact Player rule

By Akshay - April 24, 2024 05:43 PM

IPL 2024: Lucknow Super Giants Adam Voges not happy with Impact Player rule: The number of high-scoring matches has increased significantly due to the Impact Player rule in IPL 2024. Due to this rule the team is playing with an extra batsman and this is helping the teams to score runs faster. Due to this rule, IPL matches have become very exciting, but during this time the role of all-rounder players has been greatly affected. Joining the ongoing debate regarding this rule, Lucknow Super Giants advisor Adam Voges said that he likes the power surge rule in Australia's Big Bash League, in which the batting team is allowed to use the power play even after 2 overs. Is allowed. Is allowed. Can do.

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What did the Adam Vogues say?

The impact player rule was introduced last season and has been the subject of much debate this season with many players, including Indian captain Rohit Sharma, calling it detrimental for all-rounders. Voges also agrees with this and said that this rule is making cricket exciting but it is causing harm to all-round players. The Australian said after the six-wicket win over Chennai Super Kings on Tuesday night that big scores are being made in the tournament and strong batsmen are coming to bat at number seven or eight for the team. Certainly this has increased the excitement level of cricket but it slightly reduces the role of the all-rounder and his influence in the match. All-rounders have always provided balance to the team and perhaps with less influence, they are no longer as important.

BBL Rules

When asked about comparison with the 'Power Surge' rule in Australia's Big Bash League, Voges said that it makes the match interesting and he likes this rule. While in IPL there is a powerplay of six overs at the beginning of the innings, in BBL there is a powerplay of four overs. The 'Power Surge' is a two-over phase with only two fielders outside the circle, which is called upon by the batting team at any time after the 11th over of their innings. He said that I like the rule of power surge in our place. This has made the match a little interesting. While chasing the target, you never feel that you are out of the match. But we have also seen a lot of wickets falling during this period.

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