Ranji Trophy will witness some important changes
To adhere to the ‘new normal’, the Ranji trophy will have some important changes. The matches of each group will be played in 2 cities at two different grounds. The teams have been divided into 5 groups, A, B and C group will have 8 teams each. While group D will have six, seven or eight teams.
The professional rules have also changed as now in a new rule, the board has introduced a new round. The winner of Group D will face the first-placed team of Group E for a pre-quarterfinal, the winner of which will move into the quarterfinals.
The bottom-placed teams of groups A, B and C get relegated to Group D, while the top three teams from Group D get promoted to groups A, B and C. The bottom-placed team in Group D will be demoted to Group E, while the top-placed team from Group E will be promoted to Group D.