ICC makes changes in playing conditions for T20 World Cup 2021

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According to the playing conditions for the ICC World Cup, DRS will also be used in the World Cup, while minor changes have been made in the rules for the Duckworth-Lewis method.

According to the International Cricket Council, in the T20 World Cup, the ICC has changed the playing conditions and allowed a water break in Article 11, which will be in the middle of each innings, ie at the end of 10 overs under normal circumstances.

The duration of this break is set at 2 minutes 30 seconds but if an innings is limited to 14 overs or less, there will be no water break.

Most importantly, the head coach will be allowed to interact with the players in the style of strategic timeouts in the leagues during this water break.

ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Schedule

The ICC has also made minor changes to the rules for rain-affected matches. In normal matches, at least 5 overs will be required in the second innings to result in a rain-affected game, but the second innings in the semi-finals and final. I have to play at least 10 overs.

In addition, this time DRS will be used for the first time in the T20 World Cup, each team will have two, two review systems.

According to the ICC playing conditions, in case of a tie match, there will be a super over and in case of a tie over, there will be a super over again and the series of super overs will continue till the winner is decided.

In case the semi-final is not completed, the team which is in a better position in the super over will play the final. If the final is not completed in any case, both the finalist teams will be declared joint winners.

It should be noted that the T20 World Cup is starting from October 17 in Oman and the United Arab Emirates.