2.19.1 Bets on a Cricket event are based on the result obtained at the end of the match.
The result of a match is considered a "tie" when the scores are equal at the end of the match and only if the team batting last has completed its innings (for example all innings are completed, or, in limited-overs cricket, the set number of overs has been played or match is terminally stopped by weather or bad light).
In competitions where the winner is decided on either a bowl out or the toss of a coin, then all bets related will be settled according to the official results.
 
2.19.2 If a cricket bout is officially postponed or suspended, bets attached to it will remain valid if the match is held by midnight on the third day. In case of betting on partial results or other events related to competitions, the bet is still valid when the specific market outcome has been already determined, even if at a later point the event is suspended or cancelled.
If a team replaces the one originally scheduled, all bets will be considered void.
 

2.19.3 Market types

  • Head to Head

You have to predict which team will win at the end of the game.

2.19.4. Types of matches

  • One Day Match/Twenty 20
If the outcome of the match is decided on either bowl out or the toss of the coin, all bets related will be considered void.
In case there is no market for the "tie" selection and the competition rules do not include the designation of a winning team, the ex-aequo rule applies.
  • Test Matches

Bets are considered valid if at least one ball has been bowled. For settlement purposes bets will stand based on the published official results. In the event of a tie, the ex-aequo rule applies and all bets related will be considered as void.

  •  County Championship Matches
In the event a match ends on a tie, all bets related will be considered void, unless there is such market. If a match is interrupted due to outside interference, bets will be considered void.
In case of a tie, the ex-aequo applies.