1. 8 runs for sixes over 100 meters

Hitting the ball over 100 meters requires immense strength and the ones who can do it must be provided with some advantage. So giving eight runs to a six that goes over 100 meters could be a new rule that adds to the fascination of the format.

2. More than 4 overs for a bowler

A batter has the opportunity to play an entire inning when in form, but when it comes to the bowlers, they have just four overs. However, a tweak in the quota of the bowlers can be made. If the number of overs is increased, the bowler who is having a good day will make most of it and the team will be gifted with more important breakthroughs.

3. Player replacement in the 2nd half of the game

If this rule is considered in the bigger picture, it might sometimes change the fortunes of the game upside down. For instance, after playing a few overs on the field, if the team realizes that a certain player who isn’t in the playing XI can be crucial whilst the conditions, they can rope in him. It takes no time for the game to turn around completely in T20s.

4. 5 penalty runs for slow over-rate

If 5 penalty runs are added to the opposing team’s total, then it might create a greater impact and a convincing solution. In the shorter format, even a single run can decide the outcome of the match. The teams strive hard on the field to save runs. Probably a run saved in the T20 format is a run scored.

5. The Golden over

If one aims to add even more thrill to the T20 format, another rule that probably sneaks in is the golden over. Under this, the team can avail one over from the match wherein the runs scored in that particular over will count double, including the extras. The batting team will have to decide on that over before their innings start.