In the NFL, if the score is tied at the end of the fourth quarter, the game goes into overtime (OT).
The current overtime rules follow a modified sudden death format. In this format, the first team to score wins the game, unless a field goal is scored on the first possession of overtime. In that event, the team that did not score is allowed one ...
You can find list of tiebreakers in Wikipedia article on 2018 FIFA World Cup (link to the current revision). They are specified in Section 32.5 of 2018 FIFA World Cup Regulations (link to Internet Archive) and on FIFA World Cup site (Internet Archive). I have also copied them below.
If I understood them correctly, this is what happens in the situation ...
If two or more teams end up with same points in points table, then team having more Goal Difference i.e., Goals Scored minus Goals Against, wins the title.
if Goal Differences are also same for those teams, then team having more Goals Scored would win the title.
And if Goals Scored are also same for those teams, then all those teams on top having same ...
Common games in the NFL tie breaking rules are games that teams have with common opponents. For example, let's say that Team A and Team B are tied and are both in the running for a wildcard spot in the playoffs. Looking at each of their 16-game schedules, they have each played Teams C, D, E, and F at some point during the season. These are the common games. ...
The 2014 ATP Official Rulebook, 9.03 (Emirates ATP Rankings), Section E lists three different tie breakers in the event that players have the same total number of points.
E. Ties. When two or more players have the same total number of points, ties shall be
broken as follows:
1) the most total points from the Grand Slams, ATP World Tour Masters ...
The two major South American international club competitions (Copa Libertadores de América and Copa Sudamericana) currently use away goals rule in all knockout phases BUT the finals.
For the finals, two matches are played. If the tie in points and goals persists, a 30 minutes extra time (in two halves) is played. If the tie still persists, a penalty shoot-...
The first, and only, case of a tiebreaker deciding a playoff spot prior to the AFL-NFL merger was a notable one. In 1967, the Baltimore Colts entered the final week of the regular season at 11-0-2, trying to become the first team to go undefeated since the 1929 Green Bay Packers. However, they had to travel to Los Angeles to face the 10-1-2 Rams, their ...
First, it's important to understand what constitutes "finishing" a race in Track and Field. The winner is not the first person to get a body part across the line or "touch the tape" as you referred. The winner is the first person to get their torso across the finish line.
A situation similar to this occurred in the US Olympic trials for the 2012 London ...
Each tournament will have its own playing conditions.
I'm not sure about other tournaments, as per the playing conditions of IPL
The super over will be declared as a tie.
Then, if the match is a league match.
1 point will be given per team
If both the teams have an equal number of points their relative
positions shall be determined by the ...
Super over, or one over eliminator is used when both the teams end up on the same score at the end of a T20 game. This is similar to a penalty shootout in football or a tie-breaker in tennis.
Both team captains have to give a list of three batsmen and a bowler from their team to the umpire. These 4 players from each team will participate in the super over. ...
First, it should be pointed out that until all matches have played, it might be impossible to apply some of the tie-breakers. For this reason, I would consider tables with only 5 matches of 6 played only as informative.
For example if you look at this rule:
higher number of goals scored away from home in the group matches played among the teams in ...
According to the ATP Official Rulebook, all the ATP 1000 matches have a tie-break in the final set, even the finals:
Tour tournaments and the ATP Challenger Tour tournaments are governed by the
ATP. Unless otherwise specified, all regulations are applicable to both ATP World
Tour and ATP Challenger Tour tournaments.
Wikipedia article Longest tiebreaker in tennis (current revision) lists 52 points (27-25) from the match between Bury/Kowalczyk and Dasnières de Veigy/Gicquel in the first round of 2012 Marrakech challenger. However, this was at ATP Challenger Tour, not at ATP World Tour level.
The longest supertiebreak at an ATP tournament seems to be 44 points (23-21) ...
This is the rule if the runs scored by two teams in Super Over is equal...
In the event of the teams having the same score after super over has
been completed, the team that hit the most number of sixes combined
from its two innings in both the main match and the super over shall
be the winner.
If the number sixes hit by both teams is equal, ...
Briefly, the tie-breaking criteria in the NHL are (at least for this season):
The most important is, of course, number of points.
The second tie-breaker is number of wins in the games, which were decided in regular time or overtime. (I.e., the wins after shootouts are excluded.)
The third tie-breaker is number of points that tied teams have in their games ...
According to the rules, rule 5. Score in Game states:
5. SCORE IN A GAME
...The player/team whose turn it was to serve first in the tie-break game shall
be the receiver in the first game of the following set.
This is the criterion which decides it (emphasis mine).
higher number of goals scored away from home in the group matches played among the teams in question;
It is basically the same as the well-known away goals rule which is commonly used for two-leg fixtures.
If you look at the results in the matches between these two teams, Hapoel scored one ...
If the last two matches of Group F really end the way you predict, then you are right in saying that Germany, Mexico and Sweden would all have 6 points, 3 goals for and 2 against. Martin is also right in pointing out that the next criteria that need to be checked are d), e) and f):
If two or more teams are equal on the basis of the above three criteria, ...
There are a number of examples of this, but mostly from the days when they didn't have nearly as many tiebreakers before the "coin toss". Some football examples:
In Group F of the 1990 World Cup, a drawing of lots was used to decide the positions of the Republic of Ireland and the Netherlands in the group.
The 1968 European Championship semi-final ...
Referencing the rules for the 2014 Tour De France (I am assuming that these follow general standards for international cycling, but had a hard time finding a specific source for global cycling competition rules, like FIFA has rules for soccer around the world - if anyone finds a set of rules, I'd be interested in seeing them).
Article 24 of the rules has ...
The Premier League rulebook states:
If at the end of the Season, either the League Champions or the Clubs to be relegated or the question of qualification for other competitions cannot be determined because 2 or more Clubs are equal on points, goal difference and goals scored, the Clubs concerned shall play off one or more deciding League Matches on ...
As FIFA rules declare:
By comparing goal differences
Total Goals scored
Goal difference resulting from the group matches between the teams concerned
Greater number of goals scored in all group matches between the teams concerned
Drawing of lots by the FIFA organizing committee
These rules are only in FIFA World Cup
See here for more details
For most multi-day tours the rules are similar. The winner is determined in the following order:
Most points for the mountain classification
Most first places at Hors Categorie climbs
Most first places at first categorie climbs
And so on...
If both riders have finished first on the exact same distribution of mountains. That is, there is still no decisive ...
You are wrong. This is very clearly explained to the NFL's tiebreakers page:
Head-to-head (best won-lost-tied percentage in games between the clubs).
i.e. the head to head record is the first tie-breaker to be applied.
Section 50.5 (a) - (c) states that all teams are first ranked by
goal difference, then
If any teams are level after applying all three criteria in this order, section 50.5 (d) - (f) states that the matches played between the equal teams are then ranked by (once again):
goal difference, then
It looks like there is a real difference here.
EPL Rule C17 (download link, page 108):
If at the end of the Season either the League Champions or the Clubs to be relegated or the question of qualification for other competitions cannot be determined because two or more Clubs are equal on points, goal difference and goals scored, the Clubs concerned shall ...
First of all, it's a bit unclear how iii. is to be interpreted. If
"the results" only refers to the number of points the teams in question have earned while playing against each other, then the three teams (Athletic, United and City) are
still tied because they've all won only one match each
against the other two teams. So we should go straight to iv., but ...
Theoretically, this value could be very high and there is a way to calculate the maximum possible. It may not be a likely scenario, but imagine a scenario where the Detroit Lions have a perfect season: 16-0. This means that they beat each divisional opponent 2 times each, leaving them with a maximum record of 14-2. However, this is not a possible result ...
I think you are mistaken about how the Strength of Schedule tiebreaker works.
When ranking teams, there are a series of tiebreakers that are used. Tie breaker number 6 is "Strength of Schedule," and it is indeed the team with the higher Strength of Schedule that is ranked above a team with a lower Strength of Schedule.
I think where you might be ...
common games would probably be their records against common opponents
seahawks are 4-0 and lions are 3-1 vs the four teams they have both played.