England coach Peter Moores welcomes the rule change
The International Cricket Council has changed the rules regarding the length of intervals for the rest of England's one-day series against New Zealand.
Rain forced Wednesday's game at Edgbaston to be abandoned as a no-result with just one more over required to complete the match.
But there was controversy over the half-hour break taken between innings.
Umpires will now have the option of reducing it to a minimum of 10 minutes to try and ensure a result.
ICC regulation 15.1 now reads: "The duration of the interval shall be agreed mutually by the umpires and both captains subject to no interval being of more than 30 minutes' duration or less than 10 minutes' duration.
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