An adjustment in the configuration of punishment shoot-outs is to be trialed in the EFL Cup in the coming season.
The standard “ABAB” running request will be supplanted by an “ABBA” succession amid knockout matches in the EFL Cup, the EFL Trophy and the football class play-offs.
In basic terms, it will see one group begin the shoot-out before the restriction takes two punishments, and the running request will proceed in the same substituting design.
The choice has been made after cases upheld by the International Football Association Board (IFAB), recommending that players of groups taking the second kicks in shoot-outs are under far more noteworthy weight.
Shaun Harvey, EFL CEO, said in an announcement: “We invite advancement at the EFL and I am satisfied to see that the EFL can have its impact in a vital improvement for football.
“IFAB have recognized a hypothesis that the present courses of action for extra shots possibly give an unreasonable favorable position to the group taking the main kick so we are quick to check whether the new framework affects a standout amongst the most talked about issues in football.
“We as a whole need football matches to be chosen in a reasonable and steady way and I am certain the new framework will add an intriguing dynamic to the finish of matches in our rivalries if required.”