ICC Changed The Rules Before T-20 WC, Know What Will Be New, Let us know what are the major changes in the game 

These new rules will come into effect ahead of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup, which is to be held in Australia. 

When a batsman is caught out, the new batsman will come to play on strike. Changing or not changing the crease of the outgoing batsman will not affect it.  

Rule No: 1

Saliva was temporarily banned when after the outbreak of COVID-19 pendamic, but now SALIVA has been banned permanently. 

Rule No: 2

When a new batter comes on strike after, he has to come on strike within 2 minutes in Tests and ODIs & T20 International time has been fixed for 90 seconds. 

Rule No: 3

While playing batter should be inside the pitch. If the batter is forced to come out of the pitch, the umpire will call to declare it as a dead ball.

Rule No: 4

If the bowler makes some inappropriate behavior or intentionally wrong movement during the bowling (runup), then the umpire can take action on it. 

Rule No: 5

Also the umpire add 5 runs to the account of the batting team while imposing a penalty. Also the umpire will call it a dead ball. 

Rule No: 5

If a non-striker comes out of the crease before the bowler has bowled, then if the bowler runs out that batsman.

Rule No: 6

it was previously considered 'unfair play', but now it will be called RUNOUT.

A bowler takes a run-up to bowl the ball and sees that the batter has come more than the crease before coming to the delivery stride.

Rule No: 7

If the bowler throws the ball towards the striker with the intention of getting out, then it will be called a DEAD BALL.

Rule No: 7

When a fielding team does not finish the fixed overs on time, then at the end of the match (death overs) that team gets a penalty for keeping one fielder short on the boundary.

Rule No: 8