New Cricket Rules effective from 28th September 2017

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ICC New Rules

The Following changes are made by International Cricket Council and these changes are effective from 28th September 2017.

New Cricket Rules effective from 28th September 2017

New Cricket Rules effective from 28th September 2017

New Cricket Rules effective from 28th September 2017:-

1- Six substitutes can be named by any team. (It was four)

2- Thickness of the bat at edge should not cross 40mm.

3- Thickness of bat at any other point should not cross 67mm.

4- Bails are tethered with the stamps to prevent injuries by flying of bails.

5- The Interval taken in the test was 2 minutes when the wicket falls. Now it will be three minutes.

6- In the T20 if overs got less than 10 or equal to 10 then there will be the limit of 2 overs per bowler.

7- The Boundary will be given if it is not taken inside the boundary, the fielder cannot be in outside when it becomes in contact with the ball.

8- If the ball bounced two times it will be called No ball.

9- The byes & leg byes scored off a no-ball will now be scored separately.

10- It will be not out when a batsman puts its bat in the crease either it is in the air or lost contact with Bat.

New Cricket Rules effective from 28th September 2017

a batsman in the area of the crease

11- Umpire can call an appeal, or the umpires can recall a dismissed batsman, at any time before the ball comes into play for the next delivery to next batsman. Previously, a batsman could not be recalled once batsman had left the field.

12- A batsman can be caught, run-out, or stumped even if the ball makes contact with a helmet worn by the fielder or wicketkeeper.

13- Umpire can send any player out of the field for rest of match on serious misconduct.

New Cricket Rules effective from 28th September 2017

Beyond the boundary Not Out Condition

14-  The team will not lose the review if an umpire’s decision is referred to the TV umpire by a team, and the on-field decision remains unchanged because the DRS shows “umpire’s call”.

 

 

 


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