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      How to resolve ties in cricket matches in future world cups?

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      IJ_Statspert
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      How to resolve ties in cricket matches in future world cups?
      Aug 19, 2019 03:56:49 pm
      Are you satisfied with the way ICC cricket world cup final ended couple of weeks back?

      If not, how can Cricket learn from other major sports like soccer, rugby, basketball, hockey and baseball to come up with a better approach in future?

      https://medium.com/@indikajayasinghe85/how-to-resolve-ties-in-cricket-matches-in-future-world-cups-c7323f4ff961

      Let's discuss the about an approach ICC can use in the future world cups, avoiding controversy like in 2019?
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      Re: How to resolve ties in cricket matches in future world cups?
      Reply #1: Aug 19, 2019 04:08:31 pm
      Are you satisfied with the way ICC cricket world cup final ended couple of weeks back?

      If not, how can Cricket learn from other major sports like soccer, rugby, basketball, hockey and baseball to come up with a better approach in future?

      https://medium.com/@indikajayasinghe85/how-to-resolve-ties-in-cricket-matches-in-future-world-cups-c7323f4ff961

      Let's discuss the about an approach ICC can use in the future world cups, avoiding controversy like in 2019?

      Go back to the old days of the team losing fewer wickets. Teams knew the rules beforehand
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      Reply #2: Aug 20, 2019 03:30:22 am
      Go back to the old days of the team losing fewer wickets. Teams knew the rules beforehand

      Well, the problem with that was when chasing team lost additional wickets going for the win. For example England lost two wickets in last two balls as run outs when they tried to get to a win. They might not have taken those risks going for a draw.
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      Re: How to resolve ties in cricket matches in future world cups?
      Reply #3: Aug 20, 2019 08:21:07 am
      Do another super over
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      Reply #4: Aug 20, 2019 10:47:46 pm
      Give both teams a bit of sandpaper..
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      Reply #5: Aug 21, 2019 12:58:23 pm
      Give both teams a bit of sandpaper..
      :laugh: :laugh:
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      Reply #6: Aug 21, 2019 01:05:52 pm

      My thoughts as well
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      Re: How to resolve ties in cricket matches in future world cups?
      Reply #7: Aug 21, 2019 04:48:38 pm
      Give both teams a bit of sandpaper..

      Or some mints...
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      Re: How to resolve ties in cricket matches in future world cups?
      Reply #8: Aug 25, 2019 01:36:51 pm
      I like the Super over deal. Throws up drama etc if it gets that far. Boil on the bum cricket it ain't. White ball is manufactured drama in a sense...but we don't want sensible solutions.Leave that to the Test matches.

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