Which New rules approved by the International Cricket Council

The International Cricket Council approved, and the new rules will come into force from October 1.

Which New rules approved by the International Cricket Council

Changed the rules of cricket: Mankading now runout, after getting out, the time of arrival of the new batsman on the ground also halved

Permanent ban on the use of saliva to shine the ball

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has changed some of the rules of the game. These changes were sent by the Chief Executive Committee based on the recommendations of the Sourav Ganguly-led Men's Cricket Committee. These rules were approved on Tuesday. Under this, bowlers will not be able to use saliva to shine the ball. Also, there will be no Mankading out. It will be considered a runout. The new rules will be applicable from October 1, that is, the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia will be played under these rules.

New batsman on strike

If a batsman is caught out, then only the new batsman will come on strike, even if both the batsmen have changed the crease.

Permanent ban on saliva

The use of saliva to shine the ball will be permanently banned. A temporary ban was imposed on it during the Covid period.

Mankading now normal run out

Mankading changed from Unfair Play section to Run out section. Meaning now Mankading will be a normal run out.

Change in time out

In ODIs and Tests, the new batsman will have only two minutes instead of three minutes to come on the field and take the crease. If the player does not come within two minutes, it will be considered a time-out. In T20, this rule is in the first 10 seconds.

Five-run penalty

If a player from the fielding team deliberately changes positions or behaves inappropriately during the bowler's run-up, the umpire can award five runs to the batsman. The umpire can also declare it a dead ball.

The shot has to be played inside the pitch

If the batsman's bat or body goes off the pitch while playing a shot, it will not be considered a run. The ball will be one and a half ball. If a ball forces the batsman to go off the pitch, it will be a no-ball.

Deadball when bowler throws the ball at strike end

Earlier, if a batsman had progressed before reaching the bowler's crease, then the bowler could throw him and run out, now it will be called a dead ball.

Additional fielder within 30 yards

Like T20, ODIs also require teams to finish the overs within the stipulated time. Otherwise, the fielding team will have to bring another fielder in 30 yards. This rule will be applicable from Men's Cricket World Cup Super League 2023 onwards.

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