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New strikers to the ICC bat regulation

New strikers to the ICC bat regulation


The men Cricket Committee, led by former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly, suggested changes to the 2017 Code of the Laws of Cricket in its third revised edition. The Women’s Cricket Committee also approved the recommendations.

The updated conditions of play will be used for the first time at the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia starting next month. They will enter into force on October 1, 2022.

The International Cricket Council said on Tuesday that the new batters will be brought to the striker’s end after an eye-catching red card even if those in between have crossed paths. In limited-over cricket, crossing gives an oncoming player a little more time to catch up and can be essential in close matches.

In limited-over cricket, crossing gives an oncoming player a little more time to catch up and can be essential in close matches.

Although this adjustment has already been made at the Hundred contest in England, the new ICC rule will come into effect on October 1st.

Whether or not the batter crossed before the catch was made, the ICC has stated that when a batter is put out, the new batter will come in at the end where the attacker was.

The use of saliva to polish the ball has also been banned by the regulatory body. He had temporarily banned the practice to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

In addition, it has implemented slowdown rate restrictions in international one-day matches in accordance with the advice of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the guardians of the rules of the game.

Similar to Twenty20 Internationals, teams that do not finish the allotted number of overs within the allotted time will be forced to add a player to the 30-yard circle for innings balance.

After the conclusion of the 2023 Men’s World Cup Super League, this rule will go into effect.

 

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