New MCC Rules To Be Implemented From October 1, Big Change In Mankad

New MCC Rules To Be Implemented From October 1, Big Change In Mankad

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The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), the rules-making body of cricket, has suggested some new rules in the game to the International Cricket Council (ICC). ICC implements the rules only under the suggestions of MCC.

The new rules made by the MCC will be implemented from October 1, that is before the T20 World Cup is to be held in Australia this year. There are some such rules which were made in October, 2017, they have also been changed. Many of the new rules made by the MCC have been implemented in The Hundred League of England.

Along with Mankading, using saliva on the new ball is also included. Along with this, after the first 5 balls of any batsman’s over, the new batsman will come only at the strike end.

Many times in a cricket match, there is confusion after the batsman is caught out. On the next ball, the new batsman will take the strike or the batsman standing on the non-striker.

According to the current rule, if the batsmen cross each other at the time of taking the catch, then the new batsman will come at the non-striker end. If they don’t cross, the new batsman takes the strike. Sometimes the on-field umpire takes the help of the third umpire when the situation is not clear.

At the same time, if the wicket falls on the last ball of the over, then the batsman at the other end will take a strike on the first ball of the next over.

Changes have now been made in Law-18.11. There is a change in this that if the batsman is caught out on the 5th ball at the beginning of the over, then the new batsman will take the strike. Now even if the batsman crosses, the new batsman will take the strike.

At the suggestion of the MCC, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) conducted a trial in The Hundred League for the first time. Law 41. 3: Ban on using saliva on the ball.

Due to the pandemic, some changes were made in the rules of cricket, including banning the use of saliva on the ball. Right now bowlers can only use sweat to shine the ball. The rule of not using saliva on the ball was introduced temporarily. Now it will be made permanent.

All these rules will be applicable from October 1 this year. The spokesperson clarified, “Basically it is up to the ICC and other boards whether to adopt them for their competitions or not. These laws cover all cricket – from the recreational sport to the top.”

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