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Malik

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Cricket is an one day match and now it is played for threes hours too. Cricket field will have pitch with stamps and bales and two ends, where two bats men will be placed and will get the score by running between the pitches. Two umpires will be placed between the two pitches and the third umpire will be sitting in the room and seeing the match through the video. The umpires has to look at the bowlers and the batsmen playing and take proper decision on declaring the wickets, the wickets may be by catch, run out or stamp out and in the bowling umpires judge the bowls as wide ball, no ball, leg by etc. when umpire is not able to judge some of the wickets then umpire would signal to the third umpire and the third umpire will declare the wicket by cross checking by replying the runs. 

A one day match has 50 overs (6 balls per over) in the first inning and second inning and at the beginning of the match skippers from both the team will be present for the toss. Winning skipper will be given the choice to select for bating / chasing. In the first Inning the game will go over till the 50 overs (6 balls per over) or till all the Ten bats men are out and then after an hour break the second innings will follow and the second bating team has to chase the score. In case the team is not able to complete the target then the first bating team will be considered has a win.                                                                                         The winning team will be awarded with the trophy and the Man of the Match award will be selected from the winning team. Player who has performed well throughout... [continues]
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