Players shake, 5 runs gone… Cricket has changed with 8 ICC rules


ICC has changed 8 rules of cricket. In which the rule from run out to player’s move is included. The effect of the new rule will now be seen in the match as well.



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Kiran Singh



Oct 02, 2022, 5:50 PM IST





Now cricket will be played with new rules. From October 1, the new rules of the ICC have come into force. In which there are also rules regarding spit, mankad.

Mankading has now been shifted from unfair play section to run out section.  That is, now if the bowler dismisses the batsman of the non-strike end, then he will be called run out.

Mankading has now been shifted from unfair play section to run out section. That is, now if the bowler dismisses the batsman of the non-strike end, then he will be called run out.

When the batsman is caught out, only the new batsman will come on strike.  Even if both the batsmen changed the crease before the catch.

When the batsman is caught out, only the new batsman will come on strike. Even if both the batsmen changed the crease before the catch.

Now in ODI cricket also the batsman has to be ready to play the first ball.  Till now this rule was in T20 that when the wicket falls, the batsman has to be ready for the first ball within 90 seconds.  In ODIs and Tests, this time has become 2 minutes.  If the batsman is unable to do so, he will be given out.

Now in ODI cricket also the batsman has to be ready to play the first ball. Till now this rule was in T20 that when the wicket falls, the batsman has to be ready for the first ball within 90 seconds. In ODIs and Tests, this time has become 2 minutes. If the batsman is unable to do so, he will be given out.

The ICC had banned the use of spit on the ball due to Kovid 19.  Now in the new rule it has been implemented forever.  Now players can shine the ball only with sweat.

The ICC had banned the use of spit on the ball due to Kovid 19. Now in the new rule it has been implemented forever. Now players can shine the ball only with sweat.

When the bowler is taking the run-up and during this time if any player deliberately moves from his place, then a penalty of 5 runs will be imposed on the team.

When the bowler is taking the run-up and during this time if any player deliberately moves from his place, then a penalty of 5 runs will be imposed on the team.

If any batsman moves ahead before the bowler reaches the crease, it will be called a dead ball.  Earlier the bowler had the right to run out by throwing a throw.

If any batsman moves ahead before the bowler reaches the crease, it will be called a dead ball. Earlier the bowler had the right to run out by throwing a throw.

Now in ODIs also, if the over is not finished on time, the fielding team will have to bring an additional player within 30 yards.  Till now this rule was only in T20.

Now in ODIs also, if the over is not finished on time, the fielding team will have to bring an additional player within 30 yards. Till now this rule was only in T20.

If the batsman's bat or body goes off the pitch while playing a shot, then it will not be considered a run.  Not only this, it will be considered a dead ball.  On the other hand, if the batsman is forced to come out to play a ball, then it will be called a no ball.

If the batsman’s bat or body goes off the pitch while playing a shot, then it will not be considered a run. Not only this, it will be considered a dead ball. On the other hand, if the batsman is forced to come out to play a ball, then it will be called a no ball.


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