5 laws ICC recently changed to make the game more bowler friendly
In an era where the bowlers impact in a match is diminishing day by day, there has been calls to change the ODI rules on several occasions and ICC tried to answer those calls by changing some of the rules of ODI ostensibly to bring back some sort of balance in the battle between batmen and bowlers.
As the winning score in One Day Internationals is getting increased by 25-30 runs since the incorporation of the new rule of five players inside the 30-yard circle there were growing apprehensions over the diminishing role of the bowlers in the 50-over format.
Here are 5 such rules that ICC changed in recent cricketing history to make the gmae more bowler friendly.
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