In the cricket ground there are multiple pitches,but every pitch has less distance on the back side of pitch rather than front of a pitch.

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    What exactly do you mean by the front of the pitch versus the back? – Nij Nov 7 at 18:13
  • front means straight as after a short we called short on straight,front of batsman who is doing batting and back of pitch the keeper side on the back of batsman. – user29521 Nov 8 at 2:17
  • So when the bowler changes ends, the front becomes the back, so is somebody moving the boundaries every over? Your terminology is not standard and the explanation has not helped. – Nij Nov 8 at 2:23
  • I am talking about the keeper side who is on the back of batsman mostly the distance at that side is less.On the back of keeper. – user29521 Nov 8 at 2:28
  • Do you understand that the bowling switches ends every over? So if in the first over the "front" is long and the "back" is short, in the second over things have turned around so the "front" will be short and the "back" will be long. – Philip Kendall Nov 8 at 6:55

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