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Revised ODI Playing Conditions: - 1-5 fielders outside the circle in final 10 overs 2-No batting powerplay 3-Free hits for all no-balls
asked in Sports Related by Production Designer (12.8k points)
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OMG.... Take control over the game as soon as power play ends... The decision is good... Thumbs up from me... Now after power play there should be partnerships and wicket in hand . As you will need more power in last 10 overs.

answered by Assistant Director (43.6k points)
+4 votes

I was waiting for this to happen...great...now 350-400 won't be easy..

answered by All Time best! (267k points)
+3 votes

Very good rules now bowlers will have something for sure...Partnerships will be a key

answered by Second Unit Director (73.5k points)
+2 votes

One bowler should be allowed to bowl 12 overs .
Boundaries should be bigger so that a miss hit or weird improvised shots shouldnt go to Six .

answered by Director (120k points)

Don't agree with the second one, I just love that kind of surprise, lol


Hamare gayle sahab aur ad deviller sahab ko bohot benefit milta hai short boundaries se..

+1 vote

at least bowlers have something to do after this.

answered by Production Accountant (21.3k points)
+1 vote

Good, it's important that there is a balance between bat and ball.

answered by Assistant Director (41.4k points)
0 votes

yes thats why talentless batsmen like kohli amassed so much runs and have avg of 50+.
now he will struggle and reduce to 40 avg bcz everyone is not tendulkar .

ab to teams ki liye 300 karna bhi bahut muskil hoga.now cricket is alive and some relief to our hardworker bowlers and tough time for lukkha batsmen.

answered by Camera Operator (9.3k points)

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