The International Cricket Council (ICC) held its first meeting of 2015 at their Headquarters in Dubai, taking some very important decisions. One major decision being the use of a Super Over in the event of a tie in the World Cup 2015 final.<p></p><p></p>As reported by <em>IBN Live,</em> a official media release said, "The ICC Board reinstated the use of a Super Over in the event of a tie in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 final. This now replicates the arrangements for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 final and other recent ICC events where a winner will be determined on the day of the final (weather permitting), and a Super Over was the most credible way to separate the two sides."<p></p><p></p>Other major decision taken was allowing all the captains of the 14 teams to head into the tournament without any prior over-rate offences or suspensions. However, they will carry forward to the side's next bilateral series.<p></p><p></p>The release also said, "The ICC Board also approved a change to the application of ICC Code of Conduct offences relating to slow over-rates in ICC events so that captains do not carry any prior minor over-rate offence 'strikes' or over-rate suspensions from other series into an ICC event."<p></p><p></p>"This approval means all captains will enter the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 with no over-rate 'strikes' against their names, and they will only be suspended from playing in an ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 match if over-rate offences are committed during the event."