If you look at the time of year these world cups took place the time between them are almost comparible.
1975 (7 June - 21 June) England
1979 (9 June - 23 June) England
1983 (9 June - 25 June) England
1987 (8 October - 8 November) India, Pakistan
1992 (22 February - 25 March) Australia, NZ
1996 (14 February - 17 March) India, Pakistan, Sri ...
According to Source, it will be around 28 Cameras.
The production will be among the most sophisticated ever too, with 28
cameras, including seven ultra-motion cameras, Spidercam as well as
graphics with key analytics, all of which will take the viewer right
to the heart of the action.
As I said in my previous answer, Zings, the new high-tech LED stumps, are very costly. The entire set-up during a match costs US$ 40,000. That's why Bronte EcKermann, the inventor of Zings doesn't allow players to uproot them after winning the match. He also denied to take them even after winning the final.
But as an exception he said that he will allow MS ...
The obvious benefit of continuing the match into the second day is that it increases the chance of getting a result, given that there is no guarantee that a full day's play is possible on the second day.
Indeed, the 2002 ICC Champions Trophy demonstrated the risk of starting anew. Despite 52 overs being completed on the first day, and 58 on the reserve day, ...
If Pakistan lose to Bangladesh, they have 9 points, which is less than the top four teams. They cannot make the semifinals this way.
If Pakistan draws with Bangladesh, they require England's run rate to drop below their own, which requires an extremely large loss to New Zealand. Pakistan's net run rate or NRR would stay the same in case of a drawn match, ...
Before the Bangladesh match, Pakistan have scored 1710 runs from 338.5 overs and conceded 2073 runs from 303.4 overs. Even given a very unlikely scenario:
Bangladesh bat first and are all out for zero.
Pakistan score the one run they need to win without facing a legal ball (no ball, wide, etc)
Pakistan's numbers will now be 1711 runs from 338.5 for, and ...
There is a new ICC regulation that teams in televised matches must have contrasting kits, just as in football or many other sports1. As India's normal blue jersey would clash with England's, one of the teams had to change - and the rules are that England always get priority as the home team for this World Cup, so India played the England match in their ...
Short answer: Law 19.8 is ambiguous and could be interpreted as permitting either 5 or 6 runs. 5 runs would be the common interpretation, though.
From the Cricket World Cup 2019 Playing Conditions:
Overthrow or wilful act of fielder
If the boundary results from an overthrow or from the wilful act of a
fielder, the runs scored shall be
[...] the ...
There are three major forms of international cricket:
Twenty20 (often abbreviated to T20): each side has 20 overs (120 balls). A match takes about 3 to 3.5 hours, including a short break between each side's innings.
One Day Internationals: each side has 50 overs (300 balls). A match takes up to about 8 hours, including a longer break between each side's ...
The first Twenty 20 world cup was played in the year of 2007 but, the super over was introduced by ICC only in the year of 2008.
When India and Pakistan's match went for tie in the first T20 world cup, Bowl-Out method was used to break the tie. Then, the super-over method was introduced to replace bowl-out method in 2008.
There can be a large deviation of match length in the cricket world cup, consider the following two matches from the 2015 world cup:
England bat first, are bowled out for 123 in 33 overs. New Zealand knock off the runs in 12 overs. Match length: 4.5 hours (including tea break)
Ireland score 331 in their 50 overs, losing 8 wickets. Zimbabwe are all out for ...
I see that you are from the Indian subcontinent & Star Sports is the official broadcaster in the region. All the World Cup 2015 matches will be live streamed on Star Sports official website for a very small & affordable & worthy subscription fee.
The reason the official stream is much better compared to the pirated streams is that on Star ...
Cricket and football are totally different sports. There is no similarity between both sports. Every aspects of both sports are different (with some exceptions). So same apply to their major tournaments like world cups as well. We can't really compare tournament's rules of different sports. This is totally up to the tournament organizer like FIFA for ...
It's not in every competition in football:
I think it's only in World Cup and European Cup ...it might be in other continental turnaments too.
But in not in competitions linke UEFA Champions League or European League.
Nor in the cup competitions in England, Germany, Italay ...
And this game is because FIFA/UEFA can earn some money with it. There is a ...
Answering your main question:
Why some of matches remains tie and some goes to superover?
The decision of keeping the match tie or go for tie breaker like Super Over depends on a particular series. Mostly, tie breaker is used in the series between more than two countries like any ICC world events, continent tournaments like Asia cup etc.
Regarding your ...
No. The reasons for a no ball are listed in Law 24 (and the subsidiary bits mentioned in Law 24.9) and do not include "fielder not in the field of play".
In theory, Law 2, Section 6 says that:
If a player comes on to the field of play [without permission of the umpires] and comes into contact with the ball while it is in play,
(a) the ball shall ...
"Tossing the ball up" is also know as "flighting the ball" wherein the ball is bowled at more inclined trajectory.
The reason spinners toss the ball up is to induce a false shot from the batsman to get him out. If the ball is bowled with a higher revolution count, then it dips & bounces much earlier than the batsman normally expects. Thus if the ...
bowler always bowls from one side, there is no rotation
Note that this means that you are not playing in accordance with the Laws of Cricket. In particular, Law 17.1 states:
The ball shall be bowled from each end alternately in overs of 6 balls.
In theory, this means that the only answer to your question can only be "refer to the playing conditions for ...
I initially wrote this as a comment on Nij's Answer but thought it deserved its own answer.
It depends on if the Umpire has deemed the ball to be dead
From Law 20 - Dead Ball
20.1.1 The ball becomes dead when
22.214.171.124 it is finally settled in the hands of the wicket-keeper or of the bowler.
20.1.2 The ball shall be considered to be dead when it is ...
The batsman is clearly Out, Stumped. The situation meets all four requirements of Law 39.1.1:
The ball is delivered and not a No ball,
the batsman is out of their ground,
the batsman has not attempted a run, and
the wicket is put down by the wicketkeeper without intervention by another fielder.
Since the exception in Law 39.3.1 does not apply (the batsman ...
In order to be considered eligible to play for a given country the International Cricket Council (ICC) requires the player to meet at least one of the following criteria for nationality:
2.1.1 the Player was born in the country whose domestic cricket governing body is the National
2.1.2 at the date of submission of the relevant ...
This depends on the definition of an overthrow. It seems that the current set of rules (pdf) don't define what an overthrow is, only refer to it.
From what I see in the video replay, the ball was en route to its intended target - the vicinity of the stumps, so it would have either hit the stumps or been collected by the wicketkeeper had Stokes' bat not ...
The regulations covering ODI cricket allow for a reserve day, in the event the match can't be completed on the first day. The umpires are required to try to complete the game on the scheduled day, by reducing overs etc
If this isn't possible, and a reserve day is available, the regs state that the match will continue from the point where it was stopped.
For every WorldCup ICC will introduce a playing condition.
In 2015 Worldcup conducted by CA and NZC, they were
Quarter Final :
If a quarter-final is tied, abandoned or if the match is a no result, then the team that finished in the higher position in the Pool stage shall proceed to the semi-finals.
If a semi-final is tied, abandoned or if the ...
This seems to be for Indian Players only because the BCCI has decided that players who have represented India in one Under-19 World Cup cannot take part in another edition of the tournament, even if they meet the age criteria to do so.
Apart from this, the BCCI also passed a rule that players can only play a maximum of two season of Under-19 cricket. This ...
In that case, total 16 overs will be counted on both the side, overs played by team a will be 16 overs and overs bowled by team b will be 16 overs, but on the ground team a will only get to play 15 overs.
As a matter of fact there is time limit to apply for review. Standard One-day international match playing conditions APPENDIX 7: Decision Review System (DRS) - Playing Conditions states
3 PLAYER REVIEW
3.2 The manner of requesting the Player Review
b) The total time elapsed between the ball becoming dead and the review request being made should be no more ...
While it looks like there was a five year gap between the 1987 and 1992 World Cups, the reality is the 1987 World Cup was held one playing season too late, which necessitated the 1992 edition taking place when it did, rather than in 1991.
The 1987 World Cup was held in Oct-Nov 1987, more than 4 years after the 1983 event in England. As has been shown since ...