The T20 World Cup will start from June 2. The teams have completed their preparations for this Mahakumbh of cricket. Some players who had come to play IPL have also returned to their respective countries. The squads of all the teams will soon leave for America. What will be the playing conditions in the World Cup has also been revealed. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has explained in detail about the playing conditions in a report. Let us tell you that if there is any problem in the World Cup matches then how will the result be known…

Provision for super over if match is tied

According to ICC, if a match ends in a tie, there is a provision to play a super over in such a situation. Suppose after this the Super Over also ends in a tie, then the Super Over will be played again. These super overs will be played until a winning team emerges. Let us tell you that there was a lot of controversy regarding the Super Over in the 2019 ODI World Cup.

Extra time will be available in knockout matches

Actually, the super over was also tied. After which England was declared the winner on the basis of boundary count. Now instead of this rule, a provision has been made for continuous super overs. If for some reason a Super Over is not possible then both teams will be winners. On the other hand, extra time has also been given to complete all the knockout matches in the semi-finals and final stages.

There will be no reserve day in the second semi-final

A total of 250 minutes extra time has been kept for both the semi-finals. The first semi-final will be held on June 26. An additional 60 minutes will be given on the match day for the first semi-final. Even after this, if the match is not completed then an additional time of 190 minutes has been given on the reserve day, June 27. An additional 250 minutes have been given for the second semi-final to be held on June 27. There will be no reserve day for the second semi-final. Whereas June 30 has been kept as reserve day for the final to be held on June 29.

When will teams be able to make changes?

Most teams have announced their squads for the World Cup. Teams will be allowed to make changes to their 15-player squad until May 25. Any changes after that will have to be approved by the ICC’s Event Technical Committee.