ICC changed the Cricket rules in 2023

Empire’s soft signal ended during the review

ICC has made changes in the playing conditions. The changes in the playing conditions were made during the meeting of the Chief Executive Committee of the International Cricket Council in Dubai.

ICC announces changes to Playing Conditions

According to the new policies, the soft signal given by the umpire during the review in international cricket has been abolished, the abolition of the soft signal will be applied to the Test match between England and Ireland from June 1. Now the umpire during the review of the TV umpire. Soft signal will not be given, on-field umpire will consult with TV umpire before decision.

In international cricket, helmet protection was made mandatory for players in high-risk injury positions. Batters must wear helmets when facing fast bowlers, while wicketkeepers must wear helmets when standing near the stumps. Wearing a helmet has also been made mandatory, a run made after the ball hits the stumps on a free hit will now count as a regular run.

Ramiz Raja criticized Najam Sethi over the Asia Cup issue

Ramiz Raja has said in his statement that Pakistan Cricket Board Management Committee Chairman Najam Sethi talked about playing the Asia Cup in England, which has no justification.

Ramiz Raja said that the aim of the Asia Cup is to adapt to the conditions of the subcontinent before the World Cup, Najam Sethi has asked to hold the final of the Asia Cup at Lord’s.

He said that by taking difficult steps, he has made big teams visit Pakistan, Najam Sethi is saying that PSL should be taken to UAE due to tax.

The former chairman PCB said that where the cricket is being taken by the talks of holding the Asia Cup in Europe and PSL in Dubai, while the regional elections of the PCB are being rigged.

Rameez Raja said that if Shan Masood does not have the form then why should he be forcefully fed, the combination of Pakistan cricket team was made with difficulty but the teasing is going on.

It should be noted that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has given the green signal for the new hybrid model by Bangladesh and Sri Lanka regarding the Asia Cup.

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