Bails not falling, this England cricketer wants change in rule

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In the ongoing Indian Premier League Zinger bails are acting in stubborn way as they refuse to come off despite ball hitting the wickets. As it has happened on multiple occasions former England Cricket team skipper Michael Vaughan has come up with a solution to solve the problem.

As the Zinger bails have previously refused to come off, they once again came back to haunt Rajasthan Royals (RR) on Sunday in their home clash against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). Earlier in tjier match against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) similar incident had happened.

On Sunday, on the very first ball of the over, Rahul Tripathi dropped Narine before the Zinger bails failed to come off on the next delivery when Dhawal Kulkarni managed to sneak a delivery past Lynn.

Taking to his official twitter handle Vaughan has suggested a slight change in rule when it comes to zinger bails.

“Simple rule change … If the Zinger bails are going be used which I like .. If the Ball hits the stumps and the Bail lights up then it must be OUT … We can’t be having Bowlers Bowl a Batsman out then the bails not to come off but the Zingers be flashing .. #IPL2019,” Vaughan wrote on Twitter.