What's a super over? A super over is a tie-breaking method used in limited-overs cricket matches. It’s a way of determining the winner of a tied game by which one over (six balls) is bowled and each team have two wickets. For more information, see our cricket rules here. If you need assistance, please click here to see our contact details. Related articles What's a goal line bet? What’s the Duckworth-Lewis method? Contact us What's a Rule 4 deduction? What's a puck line bet?