PSL Playing Conditions

PSL Playing Conditions

Psl Playing Conditions

HBL PSL PLAYING CONDITIONS INTRODUCTION These playing conditions apply to all PSL matches and supersede any previous playing conditions applicable to PSL.

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For these Playing Conditions, all references to ‘Governing Body responsible for the match within the Laws of Cricket shall be replaced by ‘PSL Match Referee.’ 1: The Players 1.1 – Number of Players A match is played between two sides, each of eleven players, one of whom shall be captain. 1.2 – Nomination and Replacement of Players 1.2.1 Each captain shall nominate 11 players plus a maximum of 4 substitute fielders in writing to the PSL Match Referee before the toss.

No player (member of the playing eleven) may be changed after the toss and before the commencement of the match without the consent of the opposing captain.

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No player shall be changed after the Call of Play except 1.2.7 (Concussion replacement) 1.2.2. Only those nominated as substitute fielders shall be entitled to act as substitute fielders during the match (subject to clause 1.2.6) unless the PSL Match Referee, in exceptional circumstances, allows subsequent additions. 1.2.3 All those nominated, including those nominated as substitute fielders, must be eligible to play for that particular team and have been included in the team registered squad of players as announced to PCB per the Player Regulations.

By such nomination, the nominees shall warrant that they are so eligible. 1.2.4 In addition, by their nomination, the nominees shall be deemed to have agreed to abide by all the applicable PCB and PSL Regulations and, in particular, the Clothing and Equipment Regulations, the PSL Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel (hereafter referred to as the PSL Code of Conduct), the PCB Anti-Racism Code, the PCB Anti-Doping Code and the PCB Anti-Corruption Code for Participants. 1.2.5 Each captain shall nominate 11 players plus a maximum of 7 substitutes in writing to the PSL Match Referee before the toss. Each is playing ELEVEN shall comprise at least seven and no more than nine local players (including emerging) and at least two or four foreign players.

One emerging player (Local) is mandatory as part of the playing eleven. No more than four overseas players can be on the field at any time during the match. A local player may also take the field as a substitute fielder if he replaces overseas.

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In case of concussion replacement or Covid Outbreak (as detailed below), local or overseas player shall replace any local / emerging / overseas player. 2 Covid Outbreak 1.2.5.1 If a team suffers from a Covid-19 outbreak, then in coordination with the PSL Match Referee, each captain shall ascertain the number of players that have tested negative. The team may request the PSL Technical Committee to replace the member(s) of their squad that is indisposed due to Covid-19. The PSL Technical Committee may allow players from the reserve pool to join the squad as considered necessary and appropriate.

1.2.5.2 If up to 13 players in the squad (after any replacements) are negative for covid19, and such a team must continue to play the match. 1.2.5.3 If, even after including reserve players, a team cannot form a squad of 13 players, then the match is to be postponed or called off.

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In case of a covid19 outbreak, where the captain can’t comply with clauses 1.2.1 and 1.2.5 in light of the squad available that has tested negative and including any replacements, then only to the extent it is not possible to comply with the clauses, they shall not be applicable concerning formation and composition of the playing 11. 1.2.6 If the team names less than 4 Overseas players in its playing eleven, Overseas players may only enter the Field of Play as substitute fielders to the extent that by doing so, they do not take the total number of Overseas players representing that team on the field to more than 4. 1.2.7 A player or player support personnel who has been suspended from participating in a match shall not, from the toss of the coin and for the remainder of the match after that: 1.2.7.1 be nominated as, or carry out any of the duties or responsibilities of a substitute fielder, or 1.2.7.2 enter any part of the playing area (which shall include the Field of Play and the area between the boundary and the perimeter boards) at any time, including any scheduled or unscheduled breaks in play.

A player who has been suspended from participating in a match shall, from the toss of the coin and for the remainder of the match after that, be permitted to enter the players’ dressing room, provided that the players’ dressing room (or any part thereof) for the match is not within the playing area described in 1.2.7.2 (for example, the player is not permitted to enter the on-field ‘dug-out’).

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If the Coach/Manager or Support personnel has been suspended, he would not even be allowed to sit in the dressing room. Replacement is allowed.

Concussion Replacement If a player sustains a concussion or suspected concussion as a result of a head or neck injury during the relevant match, a Concussion Replacement may be permitted in the following circumstances: 1.2.7.3 the head or neck injury must have been sustained during play and within the playing area. 1.2.7.4 a concussion or suspected concussion must have been formally diagnosed by the Team Medical Representative; 3 1.2.7.5 the Team Medical Representative or Team Manager shall submit a Concussion Replacement Request to the PSL Match Referee on a standard form, which shall: 1.2.7.5.1 identify the player who has sustained the concussion or suspected concussion; 1.2.7.5.2 specify the incident in which the concussion or suspected concussion was sustained, including the time at which it occurred; 1.2.7.5.3 confirm that, following an examination, the Team Medical Representative believes or suspects that the player has sustained a concussion as a result of the incident specified in 1.2.7.5.2 above; and 1.2.7.5.4 identify the requested Concussion Replacement, who shall be a like-for-like replacement for the player who has sustained the concussion or suspected concussion.

This paragraph is subject to clause 1.2.5 and the note following the clause. 1.2.7.6 The Concussion Replacement Request must be submitted as soon as possible after the incident specified in 1.2.7.5.2 if a Concussion Replacement is permitted. 1.2.8 The PSL Match Referee should ordinarily approve a Concussion Replacement Request if the replacement is a like-for-like player whose inclusion will not excessively advantage his team for the remainder of the match. In exceptional circumstances, where the Match Referee is satisfied that a like-for-like replacement is not possible in a manner that complies with clause 1.2.5, the Match Referee may approve the nominated Concussion Replacement even though for the remainder of the match, the Playing Eleven shall not be following clause 1.2.5. 1.2.8.1 In assessing whether the nominated Concussion Replacement should be considered a like-for-like player, the PSL Match Referee should consider the concussed player’s potential role during the remainder of the match, the normal role that the nominated Concussion Replacement would perform. 1.2.8.2 If the PSL Match Referee believes that the inclusion of the nominated Concussion Replacement, when performing their normal role, would excessively advantage their team, the Match Referee may impose such conditions upon the identity and involvement of the Concussion Replacement as they see fit, in line with the overriding objective of facilitating a like-for-like replacement for the concussed player. 1.2.8.3 The PSL Match Referee may, in reviewing a Concussion Replacement Request made under clause 1.2.7.5, request any such further information as may be required to make the determination required under clauses 1.2.8.1 and 1.2.8.2. 1.2.9 The decision of the PSL Match Referee concerning any Concussion Replacement Request shall be final, and neither team shall have any right of appeal.

1.2.10 Once the Concussion Replacement has been approved by the PSL Match Referee, the replaced player shall play no further part in the match. 1.2.11 Both the Concussion Replacement and the replaced player shall be considered to have played in the match for records and statistical purposes.

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Concussion Replacement can be taken from the team’s entire squad. 1.3 Captain 4 1.3.1 If the captain is not available at any time, a deputy shall act for him. 1.3.2 If a captain is not available to nominate the players, then any person associated with that team may act as his deputy to do so. See clause 1.2. 1.3.3 At any time after the nomination of the players, only a nominated player can act as deputy in discharging the duties and responsibilities of the captain as stated in these Playing Conditions, including at the toss. See clause 13.4 (The toss).

1.4 Responsibility of captains The captains are responsible at all times for ensuring that play is conducted within the Spirit of Cricket as well as within these Playing Conditions.

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If the ‘T-20 Team Captain’ plays in a match without being the nominated captain for that match, he will be deemed to be the captain should any penalties be applied for changing the condition of the ball (non-identification)-(if already warned under the PSL Code of Conduct/Playing Conditions). 2 THE UMPIRES 2.1 Appointment and attendance The following rules for the selection and appointment of umpires shall be followed as far as it is practicable to do so: 2.1.1 The umpires shall control the game as required by these Playing Conditions, with absolute impartiality and shall be present at the ground at least two hours before the scheduled start of play. 2.1.2 PCB shall establish a panel of International/PCB First Class contracted umpires who shall officiate at PSL Matches. 2.1.3 PCB shall appoint both umpires to stand in each match. Such umpires shall be selected from the group referred to in paragraphs 2.1.2 2.1.4. PCB shall appoint the on-field, third and fourth umpires for all the PSL matches. The fourth umpire shall act as the emergency on-field umpire. 2.1.4.1 The playing conditions governing the use of the DRS and the third umpire are included in Appendix D. 2.1.5 PCB shall also appoint a match referee for all matches. 2.1.6 Neither team will have a right of objection to the appointment of an umpire or match referee. 2.2 Change of umpire An umpire shall not be changed during the match other than in exceptional circumstances unless he is injured or ill.

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If any of the on-field umpires get sick, ill, or injured, then it shall be the discretion of the Match Referee whether to replace with the TV umpire or Reserve umpire. 2.3 Consultation with Relevant Ground Authority Before the match, the umpires shall consult with the relevant ground authority of the venue to determine; 2.3.1 the balls to be used during the match.

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