Originally Posted by Dydl
I was just reading the rules on the official website, and saw that if Jessica Cameron hadn't hit that six, the winner would have been decided by which team hit the most fours, which would have resulted in an English victory. It's a rule that should probably be changed; it's slightly unfair to determine the winner of a game judging on the boundaries hit. Massively favours the stronger teams, and disadvantages those that earn most of their runs through smart, quick running between the wickets. Can't think of any other solution though, but don't think that what it is at the moment is that fair.
If it's still even after the first Super Over and with wickets in hand, then just do another Super Over IMO. Just like if a penalty shoot out is tied after the 5, more players step up. So different batsmen and bowlers, would really test a team's depth (in the very unlikely situation).