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The 'Danger Area', or 'The Protected Area', is defined in the MCC Laws of Cricket: Law 41 - Unfair Play: 41.11 The protected area The protected area is defined as that area of the pitch contained within a rectangle bounded at each end by imaginary lines parallel to the popping creases and 5 ft/1.52 m in front of each, and on the sides by imaginary ...


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Pitching position is determined by the actual ball on a flat surface. To the extent that an error exists, it consists of a pixel on a screen. For the ball hitting the pads, it is not possible to reliably say from current camera angles the height at which the ball hit the pads, and therefore the error is large enough to be applied. For the ball hitting the ...


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Under the normal laws for an LBW dismissal, the ball must impact the batsman inline with the stumps to be considered to be out LBW. However, if the batsman makes no genuine attempt to play a shot at the ball, the ball does not have to impact inline with the stumps, though it must still impact on the off-side of the stumps. MCC Laws of Cricket: Law 36 - ...


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