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World Cup 2023 Knockout Rules: World Cup 2023 is now about to reach its final stage. The match between India and Netherlands will be played on Sunday, November 12 on the occasion of Diwali. The final match of the tournament will be played in Bengaluru. After this there will be no competition for the next two days. In such a situation, there is now talk of a knockout round which has three matches, i.e. two semi-finals and one final.

What are the rules of knockout matches?

Now if we talk about the rules of knockout matches, then first of all let us tell you that both the semi-finals are to be held on 15th and 16th November. The final will be played on November 19 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. But there are special rules for this. This is the rule of reserved day. ICC has reserved days for all three matches. That means, if both the semi-finals are not held on the same day, then both these matches can last for four days. At the same time, the final match can also be organized on this line for two days.

How will the match happen?

Let us tell you that if the semi-finals are interrupted due to rain, then the match to be held on 15th will be completed on 16th. If the semi-final match on the 16th is not held on that day, it will be played on the following day. As per the Reserve Day rules, play starts from where it stopped on the first day. The same rule applies for the final as well. If the World Cup result is not possible on 19th November due to rain then the match will be played on the next day i.e. 20th November.

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