The Rugby Union community is thinking of applying ELV (Experimental Law Variations) changes to the current rules of the game. I listed here the ones that I think are most relevant: Inside the 22 meter line 3. When a defending player receives the ball outside the 22 meter line and passes, puts or takes the ball back inside the 22, the following can occur: a. If the ball is then kicked directly into touch, the line-out is in line with where the ball was kicked. b. If a tackle, ruck or maul is subsequently formed or an opponent plays the ball and the ball is then kicked directly into touch, the line-out is where the ball crossed the touch line. Maul 24. Defending players can pull down the maul. 26. If a maul becomes unplayable, the team not in possession at the start of the maul receives a free kick. 27. The â€˜truck and trailerâ€™ is no longer an offence. Scrum 28. The offside line for players who are not in the scrum and who are not the teams scrum half, is 5 meters behind the hindmost foot of the scrum. Do you think these changes will make rugby more interesting and enjoyable to watch? Why?