With an eye to the 2017-18 season, India has decided to use a new form of baton-ruck-escort.
As the Times of Indian reported on Wednesday, the new rules will see batsmen and ballmen being given batons, which are tied to the side of the court.
The ball-playing player will also wear the baton on his arm.
The idea is that baton balls are going to bounce in different directions in different situations, which will help in catching the ball and making a play.
The rule is expected to be implemented by the end of the season.
The baton is currently the only weapon that batsmen can use.
India, in contrast, will now be using its own ball.
The batsmen will wear a red shirt on their leg, and the ball will be red.
It is expected that the ball-players will be given additional equipment to help with their batting.
India’s current system is to bat first and run behind the wicket to cover the length of the pitch, but the new system is expected change that to a similar system where batsmen run behind their wicket and cover the width of the ground.
India is one of the world’s biggest and best-known ball-losing teams, having lost five Test matches to England in the last decade.
This year’s series against the West Indies will be the first time that the team has come out of the West to win a Test series since 2010, when it lost to England by seven wickets.