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ICC introduces 8 new rules that will be implemented from October 2022

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The ICC has recently introduced 8 new changes that’ll be enacted from October 1, 2022. The International Cricket Council has also announced some transformations in the playing conditions that will have an impact on the game. The ICC cricket committee was led by BCCI president Sourav Ganguly.

Let’s take a look at these 8 new changes.

1. No usage of saliva

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Earlier, bowlers used saliva to shine or polish the cricket ball but now it will be banned altogether. This practice has been restricted due to the Covid 19 crisis. This rule will be implemented permanently and players cannot use their saliva to generate swings. However, they can utilize their sweat to shine the ball.

2. Batter returning when caught

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It’s compulsory for a new batter to take a strike when he’s caught, irrespective of the two batters crossing each other on the pitch. Previously, if the player crossed the non-striker before the catch, he was allowed to take strike.

3. “Mankad” is not unfair

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Running out a non-striker for backing up won’t be unfair anymore. referred to as “Mankad”. This mode of dismissal will be shifted from the “Unfair Play” section to the “Run out” section. A non-striker getting run out will be considered normal.

4. The incoming batter has to be ready to face the bowler

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The incoming batter will get only two minutes to settle down and take strike in ODIs and Tests. The 90 seconds rule in T20s will be the same.

5. Bowler throwing towards the striker’s end before delivery

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A bowler won’t be allowed to attempt a run out to a batter present on the striker’s end if he’s advancing down the wicket before the delivery. Earlier, the bowler could run out the batter but now it will be considered as a dead ball.

6. Striker’s right to play the ball

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A batter will need to keep some part of their bat or their body inside the pitch while they face a ball. It will be declared a dead ball if the batter stands beyond the pitch. A delivery that forces a batter to leave the pitch will be a no-ball.

7. 5 runs penalty on unfair fielding movement

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Trying to distract the batters by the fielding side with an unfair or deliberate movement when the bowler is running for the delivery, will result in a 5-run penalty. The team that’s batting will get five runs extra and the delivery will be declared as a dead ball.

8. Slow over rate penalty

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The last and final rule implemented by the ICC was getting a match penalty by the fielding team if they are unable to complete their overs in the allotted time in T20s. If they’re unable to complete by the time, an extra field will be brought during the remaining overs in the match.

Read more: Bangladeshi pacer Rubel Hossain retires from Test Cricket

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