Bowlers to have tough time with ICC's new ODI rules, says Harbhajan Singh

As per the new rules, two new balls will be used at the two ends, the bowlers will be allowed to fire two bouncers per over and there will be no batting PowerPlay.

updated: January 10, 2013 18:54 IST
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Jamshedpur: Out-of-favour India off-spinner Harbhajan Singh on Thursday said that the bowlers may face a tough time with the implementation of new ICC One-day International rule.

Harbhajan said for the new rule would work well in Asian conditions only if the pitches are developed like the one in New Delhi, which recently hosted the India-Pakistan ODI.

"The new ICC rule was not good keeping in view the Asian conditions unless the wickets were developed on the line of New Delhi, which favoured batsmen, seamers as well as the spinners," said Harbhajan.

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