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  • International Cricket Council CEO Dave Richardson hails changes to ODI rules

    International Cricket Council CEO Dave Richardson hails changes to ODI rules

    While praising the new rules, ICC CEO Dave Richardson says the bowlers have had a tough time adjusting to the new playing conditions in the sub continent.

  • BCCI set to oppose rule of using two new balls in ODIs

    BCCI set to oppose rule of using two new balls in ODIs

    The Indian cricket board had expressed its reservation against the rule in September at the ICC Chief Executives meeting.

  • BCCI faces opposition on change of new ball rule at ICC Meet

    BCCI faces opposition on change of new ball rule at ICC Meet

    The existing rules accommodates two new balls to be used in ODIs  and BCCI wants to change this but is learnt to be facing stiff opposition.

  • Spot-fixing: After Asad Rauf's saga, PCB to frame new rules to keep a check on umpires

    Spot-fixing: After Asad Rauf's saga, PCB to frame new rules to keep a check on umpires

    The spot-fixing saga in the ongoing IPL took a dramatic turn today with ICC withdrawing controversial Pakistani umpire Rauf from the panel of match officials for the Champions Trophy as his role in the scandal is being investigated by the Mumbai P...

  • Bowlers to have tough time with ICC's new ODI rules, says Harbhajan Singh

    Bowlers to have tough time with ICC's new ODI rules, says Harbhajan Singh

    As per the new rules, two new balls will be used at the two ends, the bowlers will be allowed to fire two bouncers per over and there will be no batting PowerPlay.

  • Former West Indies player applauds new ICC rules

    Former West Indies player applauds new ICC rules

    Former West Indies cricket vice captain Deryck Murray has applauded some of the new playing rules introduced by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

  • New ODI rules confusing for now: Kohli

    New ODI rules confusing for now: Kohli

    India's middle-order batsman Virat Kohli finds the new ODI rules introduced by the ICC confusing and feels that the playing condition, which allows for a run out if a batsman is deemed to have obstructed the field, is "vague".

  • New ODI rules are a bit tricky, says Dhoni

    New ODI rules are a bit tricky, says Dhoni

    Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni termed the new rules for ODIs set by the ICC as "tricky" and said that getting reverse swing could be a problem as two new balls will be in use from both ends.

  • New ICC rules in domestic cricket beginning Challengers Trophy

    New ICC rules in domestic cricket beginning Challengers Trophy

    The newly amended rules of the ICC for international matches will be applied in all the senior-level domestic tournaments, beginning from the NKP Salve Challenger Trophy to be held in Nagpur from October 10-13, the BCCI said on Friday.

  • Spinners and reverse-swingers under threat

    Spinners and reverse-swingers under threat

    The latest rule changes in ODIs are unlikely to inject excitement into the format. How well the Powerplay tweaks work will depend on a team's strength, and two new balls will handicap plenty of bowlers.

  • India-England series to be played under new ICC rules

    India-England series to be played under new ICC rules

    Two balls, instead of one, will be used in each innings of a match when India will host England in the upcoming one-day series, as the new amendments to playing conditions are all set to be implemented from October 1.

  • New ODI rules to come into force

    The NatWest challenge match between England and Australia at Headingley will be the first to use the new rules in ODIs.

  • New ODI rules to improve spectacle

    England and Australia will blaze the trail for substitutions and Powerplay Fives – a change in the use of fielding restrictions.

  • Mixed reactions to new ODI rules

    The new innovations to be tried by the ICC in one dayers over the next 10 months have got mixed responses from the cricketing fraternity.

  • Bowlers react to new ICC rules

    India's fastest bowlers are still spending much of their time at the Bangalore conditioning camp.

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