Australian all rounder excited for the new BBL rules

Australia’s premium all rounder Marcus Stoinis is all in for the new BBL rules. Many people have criticised the BBL for these changes in the game,but the hard hitting all rounder has backed these new set of rules to be used in the upcoming edition of the BBL.

CA announced three new rules namely the X-factor, Bash boost and the Power surge to be used in this year’s Big bash league earlier this month. Immediately opinions were formed and some said this was just unnecessary while others feel these are interesting changes.


The Australian all rounder in an recent interview expressed his views over these changes. He said that these rules a genuinely exciting and new. He feels that due to these changes the players have to change their approach in the games, the captains and the coaches have to change their strategies as per the situation. 

He jokingly said that the coaches don’t do much during the match is being played, they just sit there in the dugout is what the All rounder said while continuing his joke. He further added that they now have to be on their toes all the time as the new rules come in to place. 

He also felt that this is the way to go forward and BBL has been doing great by making these kind of changes. He added that he hopes that these rules succeed as the BBL is a great tournament for changes in the format and for trying to do innovation in the game. 

Stoinis has been an integral part of the Melbourne Stars team in the BBL. He was named as the player of the tournament in the previous edition of the BBL where he performed well for the Stars and helped his team reach the finals of tournament where they lost to the Sydney sixers in rain affected game.