Cricket Game Information


Cricket Game Information

Cricket Game Information

 Cricket game information about cricket in cricket Cricket is a bat and ball game played between two teams of 11 players on a big goal field. In the center of the field is a rectangular pitch (20 meters long) where bowling and batting action take place.

The batting team in must score as many runs as a possible by hitting the ball and running to the other end of the pitch. If the batsman can successfully reach the other end of the pitch, he can score 1 run. If he can reach the other end of the pitch and return, he can score 2 runs etc.

The fielding team should continue fielding until 10 of the batting team have been dismissed (ie there is only one batsman left – no pair)

The team batting in cricket bat in pairs, and they continue batting until 10 out of 11 team members are out. ‘

A game of cricket is divided into the ‘overs’ and ‘innings’. An ‘over’ is made up of 6 balls. After bowling 6 balls, the bowler has to change. Any of the fielding teams can bowl, but most teams usually have 4 or 5 specialist bowlers and 5 or 6 specialist batsmen.

There are many different types of bowlers; Some bowlers are very fast, and some bowls slow but spin the ball. A very important rule for all bowlers is that the batsman must bounce the ball once before reaching it

If he hits the ball on the edge of the field, he make a 4 runs. If he can hit the ball to the edge and field without bouncing, he scores 6 runs.

The batsman can continue to bat until he is dismissed and will then be replaced by his next partner.

Sometimes the first batsman is never out, and he scores 100 or 200+ runs in the game.

Cricket game information- Cricket is a very strategic game. The captain of the fielding team will change the position of their fielders depending on the type of bowler or type of batsman.

Types of cricket

In some forms of cricket there are 2 innings per team, and the winning team is the team with the most runs overall.

Some cricket games have 1 innings per team, and the team that scores the most runs is the winner.

Batsmen can get out in many different ways. for example:

Catch: He hits the ball and a fielder catches it.

Run out: The batsmen try to run, but the fielding team throws the ball and hits the stumps before the batsman is safe.

LBW (leg before wicket): The bowler throws the ball and hits the batsman’s feet – who hits the ball at stumps.

Bowling: The bowler throws the ball and hits the batsman’s stumps.

Hit wicket: The batsman hits his stumps with his body, equipment or clothes.

Some interesting facts about cricket (information about cricket game)

Cricket is played by players in many countries making it the second most popular sport in the world.

By the mid-1850s, international games were being played.

As the British Empire expanded, cricket was introduced into more countries.

It was first played in England in the 16th century.

Recently countries like Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Ireland, Afghanistan, Netherlands, and Canada have become more successful as the sport has become more popular.

Cricket is most popular in England, Australia, India, South Africa, West Indies, New Zealand, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

There are 3 types of cricket games. (Cricket game information)

The longest length of the game is called a test match, and lasts a maximum of 5 days. (2 innings per team).

The medium-length game is called a ‘one-day game’, and lasts 50 overs per team.

The shortest and fastest game is called ‘T20’, and lasts 20 overs per team. A full game usually takes about 2.5 hours.

The Test match ‘usually starts at 11:00 am and ends at 18:00, a 40-minute lunch break at 13:00 and a 20-minute tea break at 15:40. 90 overs are expected to be bowled during the day’s play.

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