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Bowlers benefit from ODI rule changes

In a move to give bowlers a bit of
breathing room in 50-overs cricket, the
ICC board has decided to do away with
catching fielders in the first ten overs,
get rid of the batting Powerplay, and
allow five fielders outside the 30-yard
circle in the last ten overs of an ODI
innings. The other notable change that
will take place from July 5 will see free
hits awarded for all no balls in ODI
and T20 internationals, not just when
bowlers overstep.

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  1. So its back to old fashioned cricket 🙁 . Keep wickets in hand and slog in end

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