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ICC implemented new rule in ODI and T20, 5 runs will be lost for slightest negligence

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ICC stop clock rule: In the world of cricket, rules have been changed from time to time. Now another new change is going to happen. ICC is trying to ensure that ODI and T20 International matches end on time. Therefore, many rules were implemented even before this, but now something more is being added to it. The first T20 match to be played between West Indies and England on December 12 will be played under this rule. In particular, this rule will go against the fielding team if the team and the captain make a mistake.

ICC implemented stop clock rule

It has been told by ICC that electronic clock i.e. stop clock is being added in ODI and T20 matches. This watch will be introduced on a trial basis for Full Member Men’s ODI and T20 Internationals between December 2023 and April 2024. According to ICC, about 59 international matches will be played during this period. These changes in the match will come into effect during the first T20 match between West Indies and England on 12 December 2023. Let us now explain the rules to you. Whichever team will be bowling in the match. During that time the gap between one over and another should not be more than 60 seconds. The ICC has made arrangements on the ground that a clock will be shown to count from 60 to zero, so that the captain remains aware of the time.

Exemption will be given twice, penalty of five runs in the third time

It is said that ICC’s objective behind installing the stop clock is to limit the time taken between two overs. There should not be more time than this between the last ball of the previous over and the first ball of the next over. If the fielding team does this twice then it will be warned. But if this happens for the third time then a penalty of five runs will be imposed, which will be given to the batting team. Along with this, ICC has also left some exceptions in this rule. If the clock has already started, it may be canceled under these circumstances. If a new batsman comes to the wicket in between the overs. Along with this, the umpires have approved the onfield treatment of the injury of the batsman or fielder. The third umpire will have the responsibility of determining the start of the clock. This occurs when the last ball of the previous over has been declared dead or an umpire or player has completed his review of the last ball of the previous over.

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