T20 International Game Rules: Do you know what is T20 Match Rules

Safalta Expert Published by: Blog Safalta Updated Thu, 10 Nov 2022 02:01 PM IST

Cricket is one of the most famous and popular games all over the world. Here we talk about t 20 cricket matches. T20 cricket is the shortest format of cricket. The T20 match duration is not more than five hours. T20 cricket may be defined as a short cricket match limited to 20 over-off game plays lasting for about 80 minutes per inning with half an hour intervals in between.

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A Twenty20 International(T20) Is a form of cricket played between 2 international members of the international cricket conceal( ICC) in which each team faces a maximum of 20 hours. T20 plays with the white ball, and batsmen have traditionally dominated this format. It is full of action and appealing to the younger generation. 
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Some specific rules of a T20 cricket match 
 

Some specific rules of a T20 cricket match

T20 cricket matches are played on normal cricket fields with traditional one-day rules, with some exclusions. The rules and regulations have grown over the years as more and more games are played. The basic rules are exact As for the longer version but innings are limited to 20 over a side. These are some general rules for T20 cricket matches.

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 The “free hit” serves to penalize a bowler if he delivers a no-ball by overstepping his mark. The free hit is awarded following such an infringement and means that the batsman will not be given out for that Delivery.
  • Each side has just 75 minutes to get through their 20 overs. Bowling teams are forced to complete their 20 overs within 75 minutes. If the bowling side has not begun its 20th over before their 75 minutes is up, a bonus of six runs is given to the batting team.
  • If an umpire feels that the opposition team is necessarily wasting time, he may award the batting team five bonus runs.
  • Once a wicket has fallen in a match, the batsman must take up his position at the wicket or bowler's end within 90 seconds. if they are unable to do so, they could potentially be disqualified from batting in the match.
  • In A T20 match, every bowler is restricted to a maximum of four overs. 
  • Fielding restrictions for over 7-20 maximum of 5 fielders allowed outside of the circle.
  • If any ball falls away from The pitch coma then according to the new rule coma the batsman will be allowed to play the shot.  But the batsman’s bat or part of his body must remain inside the pitch. If he stays ahead of this, the umpire can give him a dead ball. Any ball on which the batsman is forced.

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