The ICC has already announced the reserve days for the T20 World Cup 2022. However, these rules will come into effect only in the semi-final and final matches. The reserve day rule is only when there is no match of at least five overs between the two teams.
The ICC has already announced the reserve days for the T20 World Cup 2022. However, these rules will come into effect only in the semi-final and final matches. The reserve day rule applies only when there is no match of at least five overs between the two teams. Reserve day means that if a match cannot be played on a day due to unavoidable reasons, a reserve day is used to hold the match on another day without canceling it completely. While the Super 12 matches will start from October 22, the group matches will start from October 16. The entire tournament is already scheduled. The venues as well as the timings of the matches are decided. At the same time, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has included a ‘reserve day’ in the T20 World Cup tournament. In case the match is not played on the specified days during the semi-finals and finals, the reserve days will come into effect.
ICC allocates a reserve day for various tournaments. This is not the first time that a reserve day has been allocated. In the 2019 ODI World Cup, the semi-final match between India and New Zealand was played on a reserve day. As it rained in Manchester on the date of the match, the match was held on a reserve day.
In cloudy conditions, India fell under the dominance of New Zealand’s bowlers and could not win the match. India, who had not lost a single match in that tournament till then, suffered a defeat in the semi finals match. The two semi-final matches of the T20 World Cup will be held on November 9 and 10. The final match will be held on November 13.
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