David Gower, Former England captain

There is always some change in the format of cricket. T20 leagues that have played Test, One Day and T20 all over the world have changed the image of cricket. Now the England and Wales Cricket Board has invented a new form of cricket. Its name is ‘The Hundred’, which has been running in England for the past one month and is now coming to an end. Since its end, various legends of cricket have their own opinion. Some people call it fatal to cricket, so for some it is the best form of cricket for fans. The IPL is the largest T20 league in the world, with every league in the world being compared to the IPL. Former England captain David Gower has now come up with some rules for ‘The Hundred’ in the IPL. Gower believes that the over-rate rule should also apply to IPL.

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Former English captain David Gower told cricket dot com: ‘Hundred’s rule is that if the fielding team is slow on the field, they should be punished. IPL can also adopt this rule. It makes a difference in any game. So maybe this one good thing can come out of ‘the hundred’. He added, ‘I don’t bother with the high rate. But it is good if people stick to a higher rate. He tried to penalize the players but nowadays the money is out of pocket, no matter what, the players who are already incredibly well paid. If so, it might work just fine.

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What is the High Rate Rule:

The over rate rule states that each time a team is behind the number of overs, it is punished as a change of field. As a penalty for the slow rate, the fielding team must place an additional player inside Circle J, thereby reducing one player to a boundary.

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