Super Over to determine World Cup winner if final ends as tie

A Super Over will come into effect if the World Cup final ends as a tie

A Super Over will come into effect if the World Cup final ends as a tie

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) have announced that a Super Over will determine the winner of the World Cup if the final ends as a tie.

The ICC also revealed that all captains will have clean slates in regards to over-rate offences.

“They [captains] will only be suspended from playing in an ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 match if over-rate offences are committed during the event,” the ICC said. “Any over-rate ‘strikes’ incurred prior to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 will be carried forward to the first bilateral series after the event.”

The governing body was also glad to announce that there were no drug violations in 2014.

“Of the 1,210 drug tests conducted across domestic and international cricket in the year 2014, none resulted in any violation,” the ICC said. “While two violations were reported in 2014, these resulted from domestic tests conducted in late 2013.”

The ICC have also confirmed the dates for all major tournaments leading up to the 2019 World Cup.


These tournaments and dates can be found below:


World Twenty20 Qualifier 2015 in Ireland and Scotland from July 6 for 26, 2015


U-19 World Cup in Bangladesh from January 22 to February 14, 2016


World Twenty20 2016 in India from March 11 to April 3, 2016


Champions Trophy 2017 in England from June 1 to 19, 2017


Women’s World Cup 2017 in England from August 4 to 27, 2017


U-19 World Cup 2018 in New Zealand from January 12 to February 4, 2018


World Cup Qualifier 2018 in Bangladesh from March 1 to April 4, 2018


Women’s World Twenty20 2018 in West Indies from November 2 to 25, 2018


World Cup 2019 in Engand from May 30 to July 15

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