The ICC Announced Some New Rules In Cricket
ICC is now implementing from Pakistan and Sri Lanka and South Africa versus Test Series of Bangladesh By the way, all these rules were going to come into effect from 1st October, but now the ICC has planned to implement all these rules from September 28, since the match against Pakistan vs Sri Lanka starting on September 28. The same South Africa vs Bangladesh Test match is going to start. Therefore, both of these series will now be played according to the new ICC.
Confirmation of ICC Manager Himself
The New Rules of ICC Are As Follows
No Review After 80 Overs
According to the new regulation of the ICC Like before, if an LBW appeal is made to a batsman, and the result is “Umpire Call”, then the umpires will stand on their previous decade, but now after the appeal the result is “Umpire Call” Then the team will maintain its allotted review. That means the allotted reviews of the team will not be reduced if the umpire call is made. The DRS will be allowed to be used in T20 matches, but no top-up review will be done after every 80 overs in Test innings.
The Edge of The Bat Is 40 mm
In modern cricket, there will now be a new rule which limits the dimensions of batting to bring the right balance between batting and the bat. The length and width of the bat will remain unaffected, but the new rule will limit the thickness of the edges to 40 mm and the depth to 67 mm. The umpires can check the bat using the bat.
Umpire Will Be Able To Send The Player Out Of The Field
These Are The Main Rules In Short
- According to the new rules, if referrals for LBW ‘ Umpires call back ‘, the teams will not lose their review.
- The current rule of ‘Top-up’ review after 80 overs in Test matches will be over Whereas the DRS will now be applicable in T20 too
- The ICC has also given the umpires the right to send the offending player out of the field, including violence, and all other offenses will come under ICC Code of Conduct as before.
- If the bat stays in the air after crossing the crease, the batsman will not be given a run out. At first the bat was given to the batsman when the ball was in the air.
- The batsman can still be caught, stump and run out, even if the ball came from the helmet worn by the fielder or the wicketkeeper.
- Now the fielder who catches the catch in the air on the boundary will have to catch the ball inside the boundary, otherwise it will be considered a boundary.
- Removing the ‘handled the ball’ rule, the batsman who is dismissed out in that manner will be given out under the ‘obstructing the field’ rule.