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T20 World Cup: From stop clock to reserve day, ICC is strict for T20 World Cup, these will be 5 new rules

With the IPL over, now the Indian team's focus is on the T20 World Cup. Be it fans or players, all eyes will be on the World Cup. ICC has also changed the reserve day rule. This rule will be seen for the first time on the cricket field.
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The schedule for the ICC World Cup has already been announced, only counting hours are left for the World Cup. All the preparations have also been completed. ICC has also prepared a list of new rules for this mega event. This time in the World Cup you will see something that you have never seen. ICC does not want to make any mistake for T20 World Cup 2024. So there are 5 rules that we will see in this tournament.

First is the stop clock rule. This rule requires the bowling team to start the second over within 1 minute after the completion of one over. If this does not happen, a penalty of 5 runs will be imposed. That is, if the rule is broken, the score of the batting team will be increased by 5 runs. However, the umpire will warn the fielding team twice for this. If the rules are violated for the third time, action will be taken. This rule will be seen for the first time on the cricket field.

ICC is strict about timing of matches in T20 World Cup. The ICC has set a time limit of 3 hours and 10 minutes to complete the entire match. If this does not happen, the bowling team will have to bear the loss. If there is a time violation, the captain has to call the fielder inside the circle. ICC has set 1 hour 25 minutes to end the innings. The gap between innings breaks will be 20 minutes instead of 10 minutes.

ICC is strict about timing of matches in T20 World Cup. The ICC has set a time limit of 3 hours and 10 minutes to complete the entire match. If this does not happen, the bowling team will have to bear the loss. If there is a time violation, the captain has to call the fielder inside the circle. ICC has set 1 hour 25 minutes to end the innings. The gap between innings breaks will be 20 minutes instead of 10 minutes.

First is the stop clock rule. This rule requires the bowling team to start the second over within 1 minute after the completion of one over. If this does not happen, a penalty of 5 runs will be imposed. That is, if the rule is broken, the score of the batting team will be increased by 5 runs. However, the umpire will warn the fielding team twice for this. If the rules are violated for the third time, action will be taken. This rule will be seen for the first time on the cricket field.

ICC has also changed the reserve day rules. For the first time in T20 World Cup 2024, there is no reserve day in the second semi-final. A reserve day has been kept for the first semi-final match while in the second semi-final, if there is rain, an extra time of 4 hours and 10 minutes will be given, or then the match will be waited for completion.

A super over is seen when the match is tied, but if the super over is tied, there was a rule of boundary count. This rule was in controversy in World Cup 2019. This rule has since been removed. Now the World Cup will continue to see Super Overs until the result is declared.

A super over is seen when the match is tied, but if the super over is tied, there was a rule of boundary count. This rule was in controversy in World Cup 2019. This rule has since been removed. Now the World Cup will continue to see Super Overs until the result is declared.

 
 
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