In the event of a tie the following rules will apply for a SUPER OVER
- Each team decides a bowler to bowl and three batsmen to bat during one over named as the super over. The same ball used in the match will be used in super over.
- The team batting second in the match will bat first in the super over.
- Team A will score some runs in the first over and team B needs to chase it successfully to win the match. In case, it is unable to chase, team A wins. 3. In case scores are level, the team hitting maximum sixes in the match will win. If its also same, the teams with maximum fours win the match.
- In case two wickets fell, it is counted as all-out and the total made before loosing the wicket is final.
- No field restrictions are used which means the field setting are same as the non-powerplay overs. So, 5 fielders are allowed outside the 30-yard circle. Fielder in catching position is not required.