May 5, 2013: If the ball doesn't touch the rope, it shouldn't be a four
Apr 28, 2013: It will prompt captains and bowlers to actively seek wickets rather than wait for pressure points to build
Apr 14, 2013: Bring Test cricket's great strength to cricket's money-making format
Apr 8, 2013: It's time to tip the scales slightly in favour of the bowling side, and thereby improve the quality of the contest
Mar 31, 2013: Too many players escape being dismissed by pretending to play the ball
Mar 22, 2013: Take a leaf out of baseball and give fielders a chance to aim for a higher level of achievement
Mar 16, 2013: If the ball ricochets off the stumps after an attempted run-out, why should it benefit the batsman?
Feb 17, 2013: It only serves to devalue the next game, especially if it's a crucial one
Feb 10, 2013: The laws allow it, so why should umpires ask the fielding captain to reconsider appeals for such run-outs?
Feb 2, 2013: Do not allow today's well-armoured batsmen to get runs when they let the ball hit their bodies rather than their bats
Jan 20, 2013: Why put a batsman at a disadvantage for a bowler's rudimentary mistake of colliding with the stumps?
Jan 14, 2013: Allowing a batsman to play a legitimate delivery without the fear of losing his wicket goes against the fundamentals of cricket
Dec 22, 2012: That'll reduce the number of illegal deliveries bowled, improve over rates, and give umpires more time to spend on the important decisions
Dec 16, 2012: A handled-the-ball dismissal should count towards a bowler's wicket tally
Dec 9, 2012: In the first of our new series on cricket rules and laws that could do with changing, we examine the case for unlimited short-pitched bowling in Tests
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