The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday warned the teams participating in the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia from October 16 to remember the new rules during the match.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has warned the teams participating in the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia from October 16. Wednesday asked to keep the new rules in mind during the match. As T20 cricket is a very exciting game, a few mistakes are made at crucial moments that mean the difference between victory and defeat. That is why the ICC recently announced several changes in the playing conditions. It came into effect from October 1. It seems that some may become a topic of discussion in Australia.
The ICC warned the teams on its website on Wednesday. “These new changes in the shorter format could be more decisive moments in the match in Australia,” it said.
The global cricket governing body said teams, support staff and players need to focus on five key changes. Let’s see that now..
The non-striker should be at the crease. Otherwise there is a risk of mancadding.
No bowler can use saliva.
The new batsman must take a strike within 90 seconds.
A portion of the batter is restricted to stay on the pitch. However, any ball that causes the batter to leave the pitch is declared a no ball or dead ball.
The fielder will take a penalty of 5 runs for misconduct.