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Saliva use completely banded, ICC announces Changes in playing conditions

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The ICC announced changes in playing conditions. while the use of saliva is completely banned.

The Chief Executives’ Committee (CEC) approve the amended third edition of the 2017 Code. Hence the Laws of Cricket after have been discussed. Hence, Sourav Ganguly led Men’s Cricket Committee and shared with the Women’s Cricket Committee.

The CEC then forwarded the suggestions to the CEC. The International Cricket Council (ICC) consequently declared a number of modifications to its playing guidelines on Tuesday. Therefore, the major alterations to the Playing Conditions will go into effect on October 1, 2022.

Sourav Ganguly Statement

“It was an honour chairing my first meeting of the ICC Cricket Committee. I was pleased with the productive contribution of the Committee members which resulted in key recommendations being made. I thank all members for their valuable input and suggestions,”

Ganguly stated in an official release.

The members of the ICC Cricket Committee are Sourav Ganguly (Chair), Ramiz Raja (Observer), Mahela Jayawardena, Roger Harper, Daniel Vettori, and VVS Laxman (representing current players); Gary Stead (representing member team coaches); Jay Shah (full members’ representative); Joel Wilson (representing empires); Ranjan Madugalle (ICC Chief Referee); Jamie Cox (representing the MCC); Kyle Coetzer (re (Statistician).

Changes By ICC will come into play from 1 October 2022

When caught Batter returning ICC

Whether or not the batters crossed before the catch was made, when a batter is out Caught, the next batter enters where the end of the striker was.

Using Saliva Completely Band to polish the ball ICC

It is thought suitable for the restriction made permanent as it has been in effect in international cricket for more than two years as a temporary Covid-related precaution.

The incoming batter will face the ball

Despite the fact that the T20 International time constraint of 90 seconds still applies, entering batters in Tests and ODIs must now be ready to take a strike within two minutes of their arrival.

Striker’s right to play the ball

However, this is restricted in that they must keep their body and portion of their bat in playing field. The umpire will point and declare a dead ball if they go past that point. A no-ball is occasionally used to describe any ball that sends the hitter off the field.

Movement by the fielding side is unfair

Now, in addition to calling dead ball, any unfair and intentional movement was made. when the bowler is going into the bowl could result in the umpire assigning the batting side five penalty runs.

Running Out of Non -Stricker

The Playing Conditions move this way of causing a Run out from the “Unfair Play” section to the “Run out” section in accordance with the Laws.

Throwing the ball towards the striker’s end before delivery

Before, a bowler might throw the ball to try to run out the striker if they noticed the batter moving toward the wicket as they started their delivery stride. Will be called a Dead ball.

Other Major Decisions

The in-game penalty, which was first used in T20Is in January 2022 (wherein the failure of a fielding team to bowl their overs by the scheduled cessation time results in the necessity of bringing an additional fielder inside the fielding circle for the remaining overs of the innings), will also be used in ODI games after the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League concludes in 2023.

These are the top changing decision by ICC which will come into play. From 1 of October 2022, and also will create a huge impact in the games through these huge changes by ICC. And also it will be going on.

Note: This information is obtained by the ICC cricket site

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