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Marcus Stoinis defends maligned BBL rule changes, argues they will result in positive tactical shifts

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Big Bash League star Marcus Stoinis has gone in to bat for the tournament’s maligned rule changes, arguing they will encourage positive tactical shifts in 20- and 50-over cricket.

Cricket Australia have tinkered with the format for the 10th edition of the BBL, which launches next month, allowing teams to make a substitution after 10 overs of the first innings.

The six-over power play has been trimmed to four overs, with the batting team to nominate another two overs of fielding restrictions from the 11th over…



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