The way out of the sledging will show the umpires, these are the 3 strict rules of the ICC

Significant changes in the game of cricket, the size of the bat, sending the players out of the field for wrong conduct and changes in the review system.

Soon, new rules are being implemented in cricket. These are the size of the bat, sending the player out of the field on the wrong behavior, and the changes are going to be a major change in the review system.


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The way out of the sledging will show the umpires, these are the 3 strict rules of the ICC

There have been changes in some rules to change the circumstances of the International Cricket Council (ICC) playing. These rules can start from September 28 or later. Significant changes in the game of cricket, the size of the bat, sending the players out of the field for wrong conduct and changes in the review system.

These rules can be applicable to South Africa and Bangladesh during the Test series in the United Arab Emirates. Under the new sporting circumstances of the ICC, the sections of the MCC Act (2017 Code) will now be included. This would mean that all game rules in the three formats of cricket will be from one.

ICC general manager-Cricket, Geoff Alardice says that changes in the conditions of the game as a result of changes in the new rules of cricket announced by MCC will also be made. “We have completed a workshop with the umpires so that they can understand that they have understood all the changes happening and now we are ready to implement the new rules in international matches.


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Size of bat
To make the balance between the ball and the bat, the thickness of the bat along with the edges of the bat will also be reduced, but there will be no change in the length and width of the bat. Yes, the thickness of the edges can not exceed 40 millimeters and the total depth can be 67 millimeters. The umpires will come with the tool to check the validity of the bat in the field. So that the validity of the bat can be ascertained when needed. The bat’s hand should not be more than 52 percent of the entire length.

Shedding on field / debate with umpire
In any of the new conditions of cricket, if a player is found guilty of serious wrongdoing then he will be excluded for the entire match. That is, it will be considered to be Level 4 offense. Whereas the crimes of Level 1 to 3 will continue in the ICC Code of Conduct. Threatening to attack the umpire, improperly or deliberately pushing him physically, attacking a player or other person physically and any other act of violence will come under the Level 4 offense.

Boundry catches
While catching the air catches on the boundary, it will be necessary that if the fielder is inside the field while catching the ball, that will not be considered a chowk. According to the new rules, if the ball is caught by the batsman’s helmets or if the wicketkeeper stumps, then the batsman will be called out.

DRS
All these changes in cricket will be applicable in all 3 formats. Now after receiving the DRS, if the “umpire call” is found, the damage of the review is damaged. According to the new rules this will not happen. Review review team will be left. For the DRS in test matches, no top up will be reviewed after 80 overs of an innings. That is, now only two failed reviews will be available in every innings. At the same time, DRS will also be applicable in T-20 too.

run out
Regarding the run out, there is also a significant change in the rules. According to this, if a batsman goes ahead with the paping crease while driving, he takes the bat to the papid crease but in the meanwhile, if he loses his contact with the popping crease, he will not be given a run out.

Updated: September 27, 2017 — 2:41 am

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