Category: Other basics

  • Extras in Cricket

    extras in cricket

    LEG BYES The runs which are obtained by the ball hitting any part of the body except the bat and gloves, those runs are considered as Leg Byes. BYES The runs which are obtained by the ball not hitting the bat nor gloves nor any part of the body. In fact if the ball leaves […]

  • Tie and Draw in Test and One Day Cricket

    Tie and Draw

    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TIE AND DRAW Most often people get confused in understanding the difference between the words ‘Tie’ and ‘Draw’. Tie is the only word from both which is often used in limited over cricket (one days and T-20’s) and Test cricket when the scores are level. There is no question of word ‘Draw’ using […]

  • Bowling Statistics in Cricket

    Bowling Statistics in Cricket

    BOWLING AVERAGE Bowling Average = No of runs given / No of wickets. Example Bowling Average is 28.92 =>For every 28.92 runs the bowler takes a wicket. Example Lets say if a bowler has taken 708 wickets with an avg of 22.0 Bowling Average = No of runs given / No of wickets. =>22 = […]

  • Scientific Cricket

    The technology has changed this world and the Cricket was not left behind. The technology has given the new definition to Cricket. The high resolution ultra motion cameras, snickometers, Hawk eye, Zoomers, G.P.S and many more equipments are added to Cricket. It has made Cricket more interesting especially for the viewers and also helping out […]

  • Line n Length in Cricket

    Line n Length in Cricket

    LINE There are three stumps the first one is off stump, second one is middle stump, third one is Leg stump. We have two ends one is Bowling end and the other one is Batting end.So now draw a straight long 22 yard rectangle stretching from Batting end to Bowling end such that the three […]

  • Leg Before Wicket in Cricket

    Leg Before Wicket in Cricket

    LBW is abbreviated as Leg Before Wicket in Cricket. Before understanding what actually is LBW and when it will be given, you need to understand the concept of Line. SO WHAT IS LINE ? There are three stumps the first one is off stump, second one is middle stump and third one is Leg stump. […]

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