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All You Need To Know About The Changed Icc Cricket Rules!

By Author: Satyajeet Solanke
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Bat Size – Batters will have to maintain the balance between Bat and Ball because they will no longer be allowed to use the bats thicker than 40mm and the overall depth limitation is up to 67mm.

Sending players off the Cricket field – This rule is adopted from Football where the umpires have an authority to send the misbehaving players out of the ground. Now onwards cricket umpires will carry the ‘Red Card’ to stop the serious misbehavior by the players on the Cricket field.

Decision Review System (DRS) – As per the new DRS rules, teams will no longer lose one of their allocated reviews when it is deemed to be ‘Umpire’s Call’ though they will not receive top-up reviews after 80 overs, as was previously the case in Test cricket. The DRS may now also be used in T20 Internationals.

Run out rule change – Bouncing bat runouts will no longer be out, provided the batman has forward momentum while running or diving when the stumps are broken. If the Batsman’s bat is in the air and no part of his body is behind the crease he cannot be given out.

Caught out, Stumped or Runouts – The batsmen now will be given caught out, stumped or run out even if the ball strikes the helmet worn by the wicketkeeper or a fielder.

Airborne – Going forward if the player while catching the ball touches beyond the boundary line and takes catch the back in the ground will not be considered as a valid one.

Fielders Penalized – If the Fielders found disturbing or distracting the batsman they will get penalized under the new icc cricket rules.

Byes & Leg Byes – Byes or Leg byes run count off no balls will now be scored separately. Earlier they used to be recorded as no balls.

These are the rules which are supposed to be in the action from the upcoming South Africa – Bangladesh and Pakistan – Sri Lanka test series. Some rules have the amendments in them and some are completely new.

“Most of the changes to the ICC playing conditions are being made as a result of changes to the Laws of Cricket that have been announced by the MCC,” ICC general manager of cricket Geoff Allardice said.

Author’s Opinion on changed ICC cricket rules

Making amendments in the rules or bringing some new rules is very important as far as any sport is a concern. The International Cricket Council (ICC) is doing a phenomenal job in making the cricket better day by day and it is also taking some strict actions such as bringing a ‘Red Card’ in cricket. Some players or some of the cricket boards might have different reactions on the new rules but ICC should continue working toward the betterment of cricket. New cricket rules are appreciable.

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