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It depends on what the bowler wants to do, We can guess/pre-medicate what the bowler is going to do by the field he set for you and what the situation of the game is. For example if you consider a test match cricket where a right arm fast bowler comes round the stump for a right hand batsman, has a short leg and leg slip and a square leg, that mean the ...


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In India we don’t have any restrictions for not allowing the player play in U19,U16 or U13 due to his/her younger age. If he/she has the required skill set they can play at the Under-19 level at a very young age of 13 or even 12 years as the present Indian opener Smrithi mandhana did for the local under 19 team She represented for Under 16 when she was Nine ...


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No, The batsmen can’t play the ball once it touched any players from the fielding side. Once it made contact with the wicket keepers pads it is called as a dead ball and is no longer in play. you can refer to the rule 34.2 Not out Hit the ball twice The striker will not be out under this Law if he/she 34.2.1 strikes the ball a second or subsequent time in ...


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No, The strike can only be rotated it the batsman actually run between the wickets thats what they only rotate strike for the ODD number of runs made, 6 is an even number so the batsman who hit the run remains on the strike. The situation is different if the batsmen hits a six on the last of the over, then indefinitely the batsmen men have to change the ...


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