icc law changes, ICC makes major changes in laws that use saliva to polish a ball permanently banned

ICC with some amendments to the law of cricket. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced several changes to its playing conditions after the Chief Executive Committee (CEC) accepted the recommendations of the Ganguly-led Sourav Men’s Cricket Committee. The Women’s Cricket Committee also supported the CEC’s recommendations.

The major changes in the playing conditions from 1 October 2022 are:

The International Cricket Council has permanently banned the use of saliva by the fielding team to polish the ball. Earlier, the change brought about in the covid situation was stabilized. The ban has been in place for more than two years in international cricket.

When a batter is out catching, the following batter must face a strike. We no longer consider whether the batsmen have crossed.

In Tests and ODIs, the incoming batsman needs to be ready to take the strike within two minutes. Meanwhile, the current limit of ninety seconds in T20s will not change.
KL Rahul reveals who will pick Rishabh Pant or Dinesh KarthikAnother rule restricts the striker’s right to play the ball. From now on some part of the batsman or the batsman’s person must remain inside the field when the bowler is bowling. If they advance beyond that, the referee will signal a dead ball. And any ball that forces the batsman to leave the field will be called a no ball.

Any unfair and deliberate movement by the fielding team when the bowler is running to bowl can result in the batting team being given a five run penalty. And he will call a dead ball.

From now on, mancading will be considered a fault. If the bowler bowls and dismisses the batter before the non-striker, it will be considered a run. Earlier it was under the ‘unfair play’ category.
IND vs SA Tickets: Thiruvananthapuram India-South Africa T20 ticket sale has startedThe in-game penalty introduced in T20s will continue in January 2022. In this way, if a fielding team fails to complete the over within the scheduled time, an extra fielder must be brought into the fielding circle. This will benefit the batting team. This rule will now be implemented in ODIs as well. After the completion of the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League, the rule will be adopted in ODIs as well.

ICC also brings a rule that if the pitch on the ground is bad, hybrid pitches can be used with the consent of both teams. Currently this facility is available in Women’s Twenty20 matches, but henceforth this facility can be used in all ODI Twenty20 matches.

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