No 'super overs' at World Cup

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed that 'super overs' won't decide the outcome of matches at next year's World Cup.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed that 'super overs' won't decide the outcome of matches at next year's World Cup.

If the final ends in a tie or no result is possible the title will be shared, and if a tie occurs in the quarter- or semi-finals, the team that finished higher in the group stage will advance.

The decision to scrap 'super overs' during the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand next year, was made during a recent ICC board meeting in Dubai.

During the meeting, it was also decided that the Decision Review System will be used for all matches at the World Cup.

It was also confirmed that former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board Najam Sethi will take over as ICC President.

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