T20 World Cup Will be played with the Changed Rules: Mankading Was Put In the Category of Run Out
Mankading out will no longer happen in international cricket. ICC has invalidated it. Now it will be considered a runout. The Chief Executive Committee of the International Cricket Council (ICC), the governing body of cricket in the world, approved the proposed changes on Tuesday.
They have completely banned the use of saliva to shine the ball. Not only this but the time-out period of the new batsman has also been reduced.
The changed rules in international cricket will be applicable from 1 October 2022
The Chief Executives Committee (CEC) has approved the proposals of the Sourav Ganguly-led committee. The changed rules in international cricket will be applicable from 1 October 2022. That is, the T20 World Cup, which is going to start in Australia on October 16, will be played under the changing rules.
- Batsman Tight Out
After the dismissal of a batsman, the time for a new batsman to enter the crease is reduced. Now he has to come on strike in Test-ODI within 2 minutes. Whereas, in T20 International this time has been fixed at 90 seconds. The first 3 minutes are used to meet. If the new batsman does not come on time, the captain of the fielding team can appeal for a time-out.
- Right to play ball
If the batsman has to come off the pitch to reach the ball. So the umpire’s call will be to declare it a dead ball. If a ball forces the batter to come off the pitch, the umpire will call it a no-ball.
- Wrongful behavior of fielder or bowler
The umpire can take action if the bowler commits some improper behavior or intentional wrong movement during the course of the bowling (run-up). He can also add 5 runs to the batting team’s account. It can also be given a dead ball.