The International Cricket Council (ICC, ICC) has fixed the minimum age to play in international cricket. The ICC said that a player must be 15 years of age to play international matches. There have been many players who have made their international debut at the age of 15 or less. This rule made by the ICC will also apply to under-19 cricket and women’s cricket.
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The ICC, however, has given the waiver of the entire Cricket Board that if they want to include a player under 15 years of age, they can apply for it. In its statement released by the ICC said, ‘The board has confirmed that the minimum age restriction is being introduced in international cricket in view of the safety of the players, it will be for every format of cricket, ICC event, two Series between countries, and also under-19 cricket. Women’s cricket, under-19 cricket, men’s cricket, a player must have a minimum age of 15 to play in any cricket.
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The youngest player to debut in international cricket was Hassan Raza of Pakistan, having played his first match at the age of 14 and 227 days. Raza played 16 ODIs and seven Test matches for Pakistan between 1996 and 2005. The youngest player to debut in Test matches for India was Sachin Tendulkar, who entered international cricket at the age of 16 and 205 days.