Mirpur, Bangladesh: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has often complained about the current ODI rule of having only four fielders outside the circle during the non-powerplay overs affecting the performance of his bowlers but the ICC is in no mood to tinker with any rules until the end of the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
"We're not going to consider any changes prior to the World Cup. After the World Cup, the rules will be reviewed by the (ICC) Cricket Committee again. As I said, we wanted to create a more attacking 50-over game, one that could compete on the entertainment scales with T20 cricket," ICC CEO Dave Richardson said at a media interaction in Mirpur on Friday. (Read: Richardson hopes to convince Kumble on DRS)