ICC Announced a new rule for the Upcoming ICC Champions Trophy Cricket tournament as A Super Over May be used in the One Day International Tournament first time when a Result of the Semi finals or final Ended in Tie. So First Time in ODI cricket just like the T20 Match ended in tie result comes with Super over method.
Earlier in the ICC Events, the Match of a tie in a quarter- or semi-final meant the side that finished in the higher position in the group stage of the tournament would progress to the next round. This was famously the case in 1999 World Cup semi-final between Australia and South Africa at Edgbaston finished in a tie, with the Aussies reach to the final having finished ahead of the Proteas in the Super Six stage of the tournament. So Now this rules are over and Result taken on the basis of Super over.
The tie-breaker method of Super over is regularly used in Twenty20 matches when scores are level at the end of the match, but it has not used in a 50-over international matches in past. So on First time this rule of superover in ICC champions trophy are used.
This Super over also available in Semi final and Final of the 2017 Women’s World cup too which held on UK this year after the champions trophy.
“Cricket Australia is very pleased to see the progress made by the Chief Executives’ Committee on the structure of the game, with its latest proposals around new Test and ODI leagues, and I am confident that these will be welcomed by the ICC Board when they are presented in more detail at the April meeting,” Peever said in a statement. “We are also pleased to see their agreement around the use of DRS technology in all international cricket, and the creation of a medical advisory committee, which will provide an opportunity for the sport to consider such issues as player concussion and heat policies. “And we are delighted to see that the women’s World T20 final, in Australia in 2020, will be held on International Women’s Day, March 8. Given that this will be a Sunday that year, we are sure it will be one of the great events on the sporting calendar.”
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