ICC`s Richardson hails new ODI rules as successful

The new ODI rules might have demoralised the bowlers during the recent India-Australia seven-game series with 300-plus scores being comfortably chased by both teams, but the ICC on Tuesday hailed the rule change and called it a "good success".

Ranatunga fears for bowlers following new ODI rules

Former Sri Lanka cricket captain Arjuna Ranatunga is apprehensive that the repeated changes in the rules of One-Day Internationals have shifted the advantage so overwhelmingly in favour of the batsmen that very few youngsters in future would opt to be bowlers.

Changes in ODI rules fantastic, says Hughes

Indian bowlers might be finding it difficult adjusting to the new ODI rules of using two balls from either end of the ground but the visiting Australian side, boasting of a fiery pace attack, was quite happy with the change in the playing conditions, said opener Phil Hughes.

Found it difficult to adjust to new ODI rules: Tredwell

England`s off-spinner James Tredwell today admitted that the visitors were finding it difficult to adjust to the new ODI rules after they lost back-to-back warm-up matches against India `A` and Delhi here respectively.

Adapting to the new ODI rules will be very difficult: Misbah

Adapting to the new ODI rules will be "very difficult" for both the bowlers and captain in the beginning of a match, Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq said here on Saturday.

New ICC ODI rules are a bit tricky, says Dhoni

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni termed the new rules for ODIs set by the ICC as "tricky" and said that getting reverse swing could be a problem as two new balls will be in use from both ends.