T20 World Cup: Australia may have to pay heavily for the conspiracy to oust England, know what ICC rules say

Josh Hazlewood has said that England may try to win against Scotland keeping the margin in mind to knock them out of the T20 World Cup 2024. Doing this can cost Australia heavily. Match officials can ban captain Mitchell Marsh if found guilty of doing so.

The equation for England to reach the Super-8 will be known only after its matches against Oman and Namibia. Defeat in even one of the two matches will knock it out of the tournament. One equation could be that Australia wins its last group match by such a small margin that England advances on the basis of Scotland’s net run-rate. However, for this Scotland must have 5 points.

Marsh could be banned for two matches

If Australia decides to do so, Marsh can be banned for two matches. Australia may have to suffer the consequences of this. Every team will play 3 matches in the Super-8. Action can be taken against them under Article 2.11 of the International Cricket Council. This article has been made to prevent any team from deliberately influencing the result of a match.

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The captain can be held responsible

The Code of Conduct clearly states that this can also apply to “improper manipulation of the net run rate”. The captain will be held accountable for this. This will be considered a Level 2 offence. Depending on the severity of the offence, a minimum fine of 50% of the match fee can be imposed. The maximum can be four demerit points and two suspension points. This will rule Marsh out of Australia’s first two Super Eight matches.

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