ICC Super Over New Rules – The International Cricket Council will soon be scraping the rule of the boundary count in the events to be hosted by the International Cricket Council.
The boundary rule will no longer decide the result of any match if a game is tied. It will go all the way to the super over in all events hosted by the ICC until the result comes in favour of one team.
There will be only one change. The basic principle of the Super Over is that a team must score more runs than the opponent to win and this Super Over will be repeated until one team scores more runs than the other.
ICC Super Over New Rules
The World Cup 2019 Final between England and New Zealand had a great controversy earlier this year. England was declared as the winners because they scored more boundaries than New Zealand in the finals. This was the parameter that had a less cricketing base.
ICC Super Over New Rules – Now, after the ICC reviewed this, they have scrapped this rule. The new rule says that the super over will be played in the group stages of the ICC events to pick a winner. But this rule won’t be applied in matches like a semi-final or final. In knockouts, the super over won’t be repeated after a tie. After a tie, the points will be divided and shared between the two teams.
The ICC Cricket Committee and Chief Executive Committee had agreed for the rule of super over as a way to decide the results of the ICC events. The Cricket and the CEO of ICC said that it will be an exciting way to the game.
ICC Super Over New Rules – These rules will remain the same in the limited over formats of the World Cup ,i.e, The One Day International World Cup and the T20 International World Cup.