T20 World Cup 2024: What happens if it rains?

Reserve Days: Only the first semi-final and the final have reserve days. Other matches, including the group stage and Super 8, don't.
Delayed Start: If play can't start on time due to rain or other conditions, there's an extra 60 or 90 minutes to complete the match.
Playing Duration: Each T20 World Cup match is limited to 20 overs per team, to be completed within 3 hours and 10 minutes, including breaks.
Extra Time Allocation: Matches starting at different times have varying extra time allowances: 90 minutes for morning and afternoon games, and 60 minutes for evening games.
Extension Window: Extra time is used before reducing the innings change interval. The sequence is fixed.
Reduction of Overs: The revised number of overs depends on the remaining time, calculated at a rate of 14.11 overs per hour.
Minimum Requirement: To achieve a result, a minimum of 5 overs per side is needed. This can be adjusted based on the match duration.
Result Determination: If weather interrupts, the Duckworth Lewis Stern (DLS) method is used. If no result is possible, both teams share a point.

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