PAK vs ENG FINAL: The weather is expected to be bad in the final of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 to be held in Melbourne on Sunday. Because of this, a backup date is available in case the match is canceled. Which has been taken as Monday’s backup. But sadly, the weather forecast for Monday isn’t much better either. In which a 95% chance of rain and 5-10 mm has been predicted. Keeping all these facts in mind, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has changed the basic provision of playing extra time on Reserve Day.
PAK vs ENG FINAL: ICC announces MAJOR change in playing rules for T20 World Cup
ETC has increased the provision of additional playing time on Reserve Day to 4 hours instead of 2-
The ICC’s Event Technical Committee (ETC) has increased the provision for additional playing time. Reserve days from the original provision of two hours to four hours (Clause 13.7.3 of the Playing Conditions), if additional time is required to meet is required. Get matches and results.
Pak vs England Final: Specific playing conditions-
In the final, the team batting second has to complete at least 10 overs. Provided that a result is not received earlier. And there is a reserve day (Monday 14 November at 3:00 pm AEDT) the game should not be completed on Sunday.
The match is to be completed on Monday only if there is no bowling
Every effort will be made to complete the match on Sunday. The match will be completed on Monday with any required shortfall of overs and only if the minimum number of overs required to make the match on Sunday has not been bowled.
If the match is to be completed on a Monday, the match shall resume at the point where the last ball was played.
An extra time of 30 minutes is available for the match on Sunday. While an additional four hours of extra time is available for the match to hold on Monday.
A Super Over will be played if the scores are tied at the end of the match and if weather intervenes and the Super Over is not completed, Pakistan and England will be declared joint winners.
Match: Pakistan vs England, ICC T20 World Cup Final
Date & Time: November 13, 1:30 PM (IST)
Live Streaming: Star Sports