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The International Cricket Council's new one-day regulations were given their first airing at Headingley on Thursday. Here, Cricinfo explains the changes
July 8, 2005
The International Cricket Council's new one-day regulations were given their first airing at Headingley on Thursday. Here, Cricinfo explains the changes.
This refers to the new fielding restrictions rule. In the past, there was a 15-over period at the start of an innings when only two fielders were allowed outside the 30-yard circle. This will now apply to the first 10 overs of every innings, in addition to two blocks of five overs (Powerplays), which will be used at the discretion of the fielding captain.
NB The experiment with Supersubs was abandoned in 2006
This refers to the new substitution rule where a player can be replaced at any stage in the match. Unlike a traditional 12th man, the substitute can bat, bowl, field and keep wicket like any other player.
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