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ICC's new changes or amendments for Test,ODI and Twenty-20 Cricket from October 1st 2011

Two balls in one-day match
Two balls, instead of one will be used in each innings of a match in One-day International

Obstructing the field
'Obstructing the field', on appeal from the fielding team while a batsman is running between the wickets could be given out provided he has not significantly changed his direction of running and also umpire feels that by some other actions it is clear that the batsman has intended to obstruct the field. To decide this, the on-field umpires could consult the third umpire.

Powerplays in 50-over format
Total number of powerplay overs remain at 20 per innings with first 10 mandatory, second and third to be taken between 16th and 40th Over

Runner for a batsman
Runner for a batsman shall not be permitted in any formats of the game

Retiring hurt or Returning
Unless 9 wickets are down, injured or ill batsman has the option of retiring hurt and returning to bat at a later stage as per the need

Injured or Ill player
Calculation of the period for which an injured or ill player who is absent from field shall not be permitted to bowl or bat i.e.penalty time in all forms of game

Bowler Attempt run-out non-striker
Bowler is permitted to attempt run-out before releasing the ball and has not completed his usual delivery swing. Whether the attempt is successful or not, the shall not count. If the bowler fails in an attempt to runout the non-striker the umpire shall call and signal Dead ball

Extra 15 minutes at the scheduled lunch or tea interval
Umpires could decide to allow 15 minutes (minimum 4 overs) extra time at the scheduled lunch or tea interval of any day upon captain's request only when umpire's believe it would bring a definite result in that session. If umpires do not believe a result can a be achieved no extra time shall be allowed

Interval delay by a maximum of 30 minutes
In Test cricket, if nine wickets are down at the time of scheduled lunch interval, the interval shall be delayed by 30 minutes as it is with tea interval

ODI minimum interval
Minimum interval for an uninterrupted One-Day match has been increased from 20 minutes to 30 minutes

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