Laws of Cricket - 1884 Code for One Day Matches - as Revised in 1899

Law 1 The side which goes in second shall follow their innings if they have scored 60 runs less than the opposite side.
Law 2 The match, unless played out, shall be decided by the first innings. Prior to the commencement of a match it may be agreed:- that the over consist of 5 or 6 balls.
Note: A tie is included in the words "Played out."

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