T20 World Cup Final, Weather Update: 95% chance of rain, if the match does not happen, read this who will get the trophy...

 
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If there is no play on Sunday and the match is not completed, then in the same situation it will be played the next day. The ICC will try to combine both days to get the result, but if the match is not completed then Pakistan and England will have to share the trophy.

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T20 World Cup Final, Weather Update: The final match of the T20 World Cup 2022 will be played between Pakistan and England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. The latest news is that there is a possibility of rain in this match. It will rain in Melbourne on Sunday, it's a 95 percent chance has been told. According to the local Meteorological Department, it may rain due to La Nina. To deal with this situation, the ICC has kept Reserve Day. This means if the game is not played on Sunday and the match is not completed then in the same situation it will be played the next day. The matter of concern for the sports lovers of both countries is that there is a possibility of rain on Monday as well. Overall, it is possible that the final match may not be completed. The question is who will be considered the T20 World Champion in this situation?

Eng vs PAK: Reserve Day Rules

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As per ICC rules, the match will be considered live as soon as the toss is held. After that, if it rains, an attempt will be made to complete the game on the reserve day. If both the teams get to play at least 10-10 overs then only the match will be considered complete. There is a possibility of 25 mm of rain in Melbourne on Sunday. There is a possibility of 10 mm of rain on Monday as well. If this forecast of the Meteorological Department proves to be true then it is difficult to play the final match.

The ICC will try to combine both days to get the result, but if the match is not completed then Pakistan and England will have to share the trophy.

T20 World Cup 2022 Price Money

  • The T20 World Cup winning team will get $ 1,600,000 (about Rs 13 crore), while the losing (runner-up) team in the final will have to be satisfied with $ 8,00,000 (about Rs 6.50 crore).
  • The teams that reached the semi-finals received $4,00,000 (more than Rs 3 crore).