World Rugby approves law trials to reduce coronavirus risk - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/52833173 Among the law trials: Removing scrum resets. Taking away the option of a scrum for a penalty, a free-kick, or when an attacker is held-up in-goal. Reinforcing high tackle guidelines to reduce face-to-face contact and the introduction of an "orange card" for potential red-card offences. The player is removed with the offence checked by the Television Match Official. If deemed a red card offence, the player doesn't return. If not, they return after 15 minutes. Removing the choke tackle, with referees calling a "tackle" rather than a "maul". Awarding a free-kick rather than a scrum for when a team fails to "use it" at a scrum, ruck, or maul. Speeding up rucks by cutting the "use it" time from 5 seconds to 3 seconds. Restricting the number of players who can join a maul and the time spent in the maul. How do we feel about this? Virus aside are any of these rules that will keep after? I do like the idea of less scrums regardless.