To make cricket even more exciting, the ICC has announced that from October 1, 2022, the new rules will be implemented in cricket. Earlier the rules had been announced, but today the ICC has said that the new rules which are applicable to you in the cricket field from 1st October i.e. 1st October. You will see all these rules in the T20 World Cup in Australia, tell you what the new rules of the ICC are for cricket.

1. Rules for Batsmen
The new batsman will come on battle strike even after the first batsman is caught out. Till now it used to happen that when the strike was changed during the catch or the crease was changed, then the new batsman went on non-strike. And used to bat the old batsman but now it will not happen, no matter what happens. Now the new batsman will store

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2.Permanently covered with a layer of saliva
In international cricket, the use of saliva to shine the ball was banned following the coronavirus pandemic. But now keeping in mind the security, it has now been implemented permanently. That no player can use saliva, can only shine the ball with his sweat.

3.Time Change
Now after the fall of the wicket, the new batsman will have to be ready to take the strike within two minutes in Test and ODI matches, while in T20 this time it has been kept at 90 seconds as before. Earlier, new batsmen used to take three minutes for this in Tests. If the batsman fails to do so, the fielding captain may ask for a time-out which the umpire can give you out.

5.If the ball falls outside the pitch
If a batsman goes completely off the pitch while trying to play the ball, that ball is a dead ball and the batsman will not score a run. Also any ball which forces the batsman to leave the pitch is also called a no ball. On many occasions, when the ball went out of the bowler’s hand and went too far off the pitch, the batsmen would go off the pitch and play it. Now the batsman does not get any run when he goes off the pitch.

6.No mess while bowling
If a fielder intentionally commits an improper act immediately before the ball is thrown by the bowler, the umpire may award that ball a dead ball and five runs as penalty to the batting team. That is, if you are bowling, then someone makes a sound or comment, for which the umpire can give a fine of five runs for dead ball or disturbing the batsman.

7.Run out rule
Earlier the rule was that if a batsman comes out of the crease before playing the ball, then the bowler can run him out, this is known as Mankading and was previously considered against the spirit of the game. But now this rule has been removed. Doing so is called a dead ball or no ball.

8.Must be over on time
A new provision of penalty has been made for slow over rate in T20 cricket. It will now be implemented in ODIs as well. According to this rule, the bowling team has to start its last over within the time allotted. If a team fails to start its last over on time, a fielder must be within thirty yards of the boundary for all overs after that time limit. This benefits the batsmen. At present, this rule is applicable in T20 cricket and will be introduced in ODIs next year as well.

After this rule, Ganguly said,
“It was an honor to chair the ICC Cricket Committee meeting for the first time. I am delighted with the contributions of the members of the committee, resulting in important recommendations. I thank all the members for their valuable suggestions.”