ICC Announces New Cricket Rules that will come into effect from October 2022.

ICC NEW CRICKET RULES 2022

ICC NEW CRICKET RULES 2022

ICC has completely banned the use of saliva to shine the ball in the game of cricket. Now player cannot use saliva to shine the ball.

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Regardless of whether the batters crossed before the catch was made, the incoming batter must walk to the striker's end if a batter is out caught.

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Mankading will be legal now. The method of dismissal will now be considered as run out rather than 'Unfair Play’

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In Tests and ODIs, an incoming batter must now be prepared to take a strike within two minutes; in T20 Internationals, the current time limit of 90 seconds applies.

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A five-run penalty will be assessed to the fielding side & the delivery will be deemed a "Dead Ball" if there is any improper movement by the fielding team while the bowler is running into the bowl.

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To play a delivery, a batsman cannot travel outside of the pitch's boundaries; if this happens, the umpire will deem the ball dead.

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Furthermore, any ball that forces the batter to leave the field is deemed a no-ball and becomes a free-hit.

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If a fielding team fail to complete the quota of 20 over inside the given time, one extra fielder will have to field inside the 30 yards circle. This rule is now applicable for ODI’s also.

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Before, if a bowler observed the batter moving down the wicket before beginning their delivery stride, they may try to run out the striker. This technique will henceforth be known as "Dead ball."

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