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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, ...


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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 ...


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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, ...


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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. Explanation 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 ...


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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 ...


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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. ...


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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 ...


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