Batsman and Bowler
The game consists of 13 players and two umpires on the field, two players are batmen, the remaining team consists of 11 members of the fielding team. The remaining nine batting players are in the dressing room away from the field. Ball, bats and first slip pads as well as with traditional kit, defensive equipment including two batsmen and wicket keeper safety helmets are worn with padded glores and leg guards. While the umpire stands at the and of the pitch on his short, his colleague stands outside or near the field called the square leg, so that it is in accordance with the popping crease at the end of the strike.
The bowling crease at which the wicket return lies between the crease, the bowler intends that he hits the wicket to prevent the least striker from the ball from scoring runs. TThe striker indends to defend his wicket and if possible hit the ball away from the pitch. Some players are skilled in batting and bowling or are both in batting and wicket keeper. Bowlers are classified according to their style, usually fast bowler asim bowler and spinners. The batsmen are of such type that they are right handed and left handed.
Three of the 11 field guards are shot in the photo above, the other eight players are positioned in second place depending on the captain or bowler. Field guards often change positions between deliveries, as instructed by the captain or bowler. If a field guard is injured or becomes ill during a match, another player is allowed ta be replaced. Iff an injury-prome player is eligible to return, he is left in his place. The laws of cricket were updated in 2017 to allow the option of acting as a wiicket kepper.
According to the rules, in every innings off the match, 6 balls were bowled in one over in turn by the ball. The name of the over came because the umpire says Over. At this point another bowler is positioned at the other end and the fielding side changes until it bats. A bowler cannot bowl two consecutive overs. Although a bowler can bowl many more from the same end, so joe was a non-striker. He now becames a striker umpires changes the be position so that the square leg that was the striker stands behind tthe wicket at the end and as opposite from the striker.
Umpires and Scorers
Two umpires stand to control the game in the field. One of which stands on the back side of the bowlers wicket aand the other is located 15-20 meter from the batsman on the bowler strike. The umpire has many responsibilities encluding desions a ball of has been bowled correctly. Can a batsmen be out when one-one scored? (the fielding side should first appeal to the umpire as to how it is or howzat) when the interval starts and ends the pitch field and weather utility for playing the game. The umpire is authorised to interrupt or realise in situations that may endanger the player. Television matches often have a third umpire outside the field who can make dicisions about certain events using video evidence, the third umpire must be in the former ICC member contrise for the duration of the test match and overs cricket under game conditions.
These goods also have match refree whose job is to ensure that the game is with in the law and the spirit of the game. Details of the match, encluding runs and other conditions those who enter officcial scorers, who represent each team. The scoeres are guided by the hand signals of the umpire for examples; the umpire raised the index finger and told that the batsman is out. If the batsmen narrates the for ball six runs, he raises both hands above the head. The scorer is reguired by law to take all wickets taken and over bowlded. They also not significant amounts of data addressed from the game. They are summarized on a scorer card, the statictics of a match.
Bowling and Dismissal
Most bowlers are considered experts all they are selected for the team, because he is selected because of his skill as a bowler some are even perfect expert and expert batsmen. Expets bowled multiple times during an innings but cannot bowl 2 consecutive overs. If the captain event to change a bowler, then the other bowler should be field tempararily. So that he can change immediately.
A bowler comes to his delivery strike while sprinting the ball, and when the bowler tries to score first, then it is understood that he runs out and then the ball runs out of hiim. A fast bowler can run much faster then a fast bowler is required, while bowlers have a slow pace, the fast bowler can deliver the ball at a speed of 145 KMPH. Fast bowlers move the ball in the air with speed and the delivery can trick the batsmen in to applring his short. Due to which the batsmen kepper catches out quickly the bowler at the other end are spin bowlers. Who used to throw the ball at a very slow speed and adopt various methods to deceive the batsman. The batsman has to be very carefull with such delivery because she often spins the ball. There are 10 type of batsman that can be dismiised(out), 5 reletive given front 5 iis the most common form of extremely rare dismissal: 1. Caught 2. Leg Before Wicket (LBW) 3. Runout and Stumps 4. Many ways to hit a wicket 5. Hit the ball Twice 6. Ground Out.
Batting Runs and Extra
Batsmen bat throw the battingg order. Already decided by the team captain and the umpire is introduced to start batting, the batsman has to adopt his preferred method of batting skilled batsmen can use short or strokes in defensive and attacking methods. The batsmen do not always try to hit the ball as hard as possible and a good player kicks the ball using only the wrist to make the to runs. The batsmen bat in many ways Example: Cut, Drive, Huk, Pull shots.
On strike, the batsmen has to stop the ball hitting the cricket and try to score runs. The decisions to take runs is usually made by the batsmen, who has a better view of the progress of the ball more than 1 run can be scored from a single hits. If the ball touches the boundry of the field then this run automatically reahes 4 runs outside the boundary line. Only strikes can score individual runs, but all runs are added to the team total. What the batsman misses the ball gives the batsmen time to take runs in the traditional way, whichh is cold leg by. If the bowler has delivered no ball, then he to ball again, which gives the batsman n apportunity to score more runs with this extra ball.