If cricket training starts, players will have to follow these rules

When cricket will officially begin after the corona virus epidemic, nothing can be said, but the training of cricketers is going to start soon. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has made certain rules for the training of cricketers and then during the inception of cricketers.

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Neither the cricketers will be allowed to go to the toilet during the match or training nor will the cricketers be allowed to hand over caps or spectacles to the on-field umpires during the match.

In such a situation, when the international cricketers return to the field again, they will have to give up some of their old habits.

Under the new ICC rules, players will not be allowed to give their personal belongings such as caps, towels, spectacles, jumpers to the umpire or their partner. The ICC has said in its guidelines that players and umpires must maintain physical distance. In such a situation, players will not be able to hand over their personal belongings to the umpires.

ICC has issued necessary guidelines:

  • Players will not be able to touch the eyes, nose, mouth after making contact with the ball
  • After coming in contact with the ball, you have to immediately sanitize
  • Neither toilet allowed nor bath during training
  • It is necessary to sanitize before and after using personal equipment