Wasim Jaffer’s tweet on the brand new BBL guidelines drew some laughs.© Twitter
Australia’s Massive Bash League on Monday introduced three new guidelines for the upcoming version of the T20 event. The brand new guidelines launched are the Energy Surge, X-Issue Participant and the Bash Enhance. The brand new guidelines drew numerous reactions, with some corners criticising them, together with New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham. Former India batsman and present Kings XI Punjab batting coach Wasim Jaffer additionally responded to BBL’s announcement of the brand new guidelines with a hilarious meme, that includes Manoj Bajpayee from the film “Gangs of Wasseypur”.
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) November 16, 2020
Earlier, Jimmy Neesham had tweeted in regards to the X-Issue Participant rule.
“How a lot ‘X-factor’ might a participant presumably have if he isn’t adequate to make your beginning 11?” he wrote.
The ‘X-Issue’ rule will enable groups to vary their methods on the half-way mark and change a participant of their beginning XI with a participant named as 12th or 13th participant on the workforce sheet, offered that the participant who’s being changed has not bowled a couple of over or hasn’t batted but within the recreation.
The upcoming BBL may even see a lowered Powerplay of 4 overs as an alternative of regular six overs at first of the innings. To compensate for that, the batting groups will probably be allowed to take a further two over ‘Energy Surge’ from the 11th over onwards until the tip of the innings.
The third and ultimate main change that will probably be relevant throughout the BBL 10 is ‘Bash Enhance’, which is able to present the chasing workforce with an opportunity to win a further level if they will beat opposition’s rating on the half-way mark.
To even issues out, if the workforce defending the overall manages to maintain the chasing facet beneath their 10-over rating they are going to obtain a degree.
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