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What experiments changed Cricket entirely

August 27, 2020

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Durba

Important experiments that changed cricket entirely. The gentleman’s game was a huge shift with the very first test played in 1877 by the Ashes Rivals Australia and England. This epic game has been completely transformed into a completely different level with new formats, regulations and policies, and players using new technologies and the development of modern technology.

Change is nature rule and many changes have been made in crickets in the past two decades and have drawn major fans worldwide.

Consider three revolutions which have shifted the cricket game and are keeping the audience on its edges:

Substitute or Super Sub

ICC started in 2005 but did not pass 60 games in 2005. Super-Sub if you recall. In the early days of his career, Suresh Raina has been involved several times. While the move was nice, it was correctly implemented and challenged indefinitely to avoid it. We see these rules for football only, where you can adjust the game to substitute any other player due to injury or any cause. Under this definition, the captains must name a player who can use great subs in the game but cannot choose the player from eleven. Captains must choose an alternate batsman and bowler element in front of the toss and squad.

But the team with winning the toss has a good picture of the lead over the opposing side. So the rule was finished in 2006 and it is curious that considering the current situation with less audience, ICC will determine the super sub after the throw with such rules as teams. Not only will it give young cricketers an opportunity to see more players play for their country, but it will also attract the audience.

The DRS – A System to review the decision

The die-hard fan of cricket matches always must have felt bad for players. Those weren’t allowed for out or not out whenever there was some strong understanding of the opposite decision. Also, in the year 2008, the matches between Sri Lanka and India did witness the latest invention of the modern-day crickets that were known as DRS. As cricket progresses every day, DRS is a great choice for today's cricket bowlers, which seems now a batsman. In contemporary cricket, boundary lines are very low in contrast to cricket from the 1980s or 1990s.

The Switch Hits and Reverse Hits

Turning to the next item in the list is digital technology, new laws and regulations. Due to the unorthodox hitting out of or sometimes directly down the ground; over the past two decades and years, the player has defined the word Evolution on cricket. Cricket is more of a gentleman's game with some typical straight and cover drives that have amazed the audience. Every year there is something new about crickets and in the last few years there is something new.

In 1999 and early 2000, Andy Flower used the reverse hits for the first time ever. Andy Flower used it incredibly well with its full batting flow. Together with the shorter play or tournament format, such a cash-rich league has gained huge recognition among players. This was unorthodox hitting. The reverse hits are used quite well on an international level with the modern-sized bats, such as David Miller, David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, AB de Villiers, Josh Phillippe, and Alex Carey.

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Written By,

Durba