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Cricket rules part 2:-
crickets rules we seen in previous part cricket rules to understand in 5 mins part 1. their are different rules for the cricket we seen half of that rules in previous part. these cricket rules are drawn by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) now in this part we are going to see remaining rules of the cricket that is as follows
Rules for Intervals:-
There are different types of interval in cricket
The interval between close of play on one day to start the play in second day.
Interval between innings.
Any other intervals.
Duration of intervals:-
There are fix duration for the all intervals like tea, lunch, innings interval
For the tea intervals 20 mins are given. For lunch break 40 mins are given.
In test match innings interval are of 10 mins and in ODI 45 mins interval.
Changing for intervals:-
For innings interval if innings end 10 mins before agreed time then immediately innings interval are taken and that 10 mins consider as the innings interval.
In tea interval in innings if any wicket fallen or innings end before tea interval then immediately tea interval taken and that time consider as tea break.
In any situation if 9 wickets are down and last over on the way then umpire should resume the play for last wicket till some time.
START OF PLAY
Call to play:-
The umpire as well as bowlers shall call play before starting game or resumption after any intervals.
Completion of over:-
There are fix time given for the overs that is mins. And bowlers should complete his spell within that time.
In last hour of match if overs not completed within time then as 3 mins time overs can be deducted by the umpire.
Bowlers unable to complete overs:-
If any bowler unable to complete overs in last hour then suspension action apply for that.
Rules for innings:-
Matches are of one or two innings each side.
Agreement is made before the match for limit of overs each side. Then that applied for both sides.
For one inning match overs for both sides are fixed.
After both teams overs finish then on the performance of the teams the result is declared by the umpires.
For two innings match the overs for both team are not fixed.
And the teams have to play alternate innings one after another, in some situation if any team gate follow on then that team has to play again.
Rules for follow-on
If match is of 5 days. Then team which are bating first leads by 200 runs then they have a choice to give a follow-on to opposite team.
If match is of 4-3dsays, 2-days or 1-day then 150 runs, 100 runs and 75runs respectively consider for the follow-on
For giving follow-on captain shall notify to umpires and opposite captain for the decision.
Rules for declaration:-
Captain from batting side has authority to declare the innings when they want and when ball is dead.
And that innings is consider as the complete inning.
Rules for result:-
For two innings match:-
The side which scored more runs than other team in addition of both 1st and 2nd inning consider as the winning team.
For one inning match:-
The side which score more runs in innings consider as the winner of the match.
A tie match is decide when all innings are over. But score of all innings are same.
The aftereffect of a match will be a Draw when it isn’t resolved in any of the ways.
Result of the match cannot be changed:-
Once the umpires have agreed with the scorers the correctness of the scores at the conclusion of the match the result cannot thereafter be changed.
Rules for the overs:-
Numbers of balls in one over:-
The ball will be bowled from each end on the other hand in overs of 6 balls.
Validity of balls:-
Ball should not be count in 6 balls if umpire called ball as dead ball in some circumstances.
If umpires calls ball as wide or no ball then also that ball should not be valid.
Call of over:-
When 6 balls of over are delivered and after 6th delivery when ball dead then umpire call of over before leaving wicket.
Miscount of over:-
If umpires miscount no of balls then over counted by umpires shall stand.
Bowlers changing ends:-
Bowlers can change their ends of bowling as her choice. Only restriction is he/she cannot deliver continues over in one innings.
Bowler suspended during over:-
If any bowler violated any rules then umpires should suspend bowlers for furthers overs during match.
Rules for scoring runs:-
The score shall be reckoned by runs. Every delivery and runs made on that delivery are scored.
Runs from boundaries, runs from penalty and runs from extras are scored.
A run is short if a batsman neglects to make great his/her ground in turning for a further run.
Albeit a short run abbreviates the succeeding one, the last mentioned whenever finished will not be viewed as short.
Runs scored by additional items:-
At the point when any bowler conveyed wide ball no ball then that runs scored in score board.
In any circumstance on the off chance that batsman attempts to play conveyance yet ball goes structure batsman body, at that point just runs are scored as leg byes.
During match is any player or bowler from handling side does that overrules then additional items runs given to the batting side because of punishment.
Rules for how batsman got out:-
The striker is out Bowled if his/her wicket is put somewhere near a ball conveyed by the bowler, not being a No ball, regardless of whether it first contacts the striker’s bat or individual.
In any case, the striker will not be out Bowled if before striking the wicket the ball has been in contact with some other player or an umpire.
The striker is out Caught if a ball conveyed by the bowler, not being a No ball, contacts his/her bat without having recently been in contact with any defender, and is along these lines held by a defender as a reasonable catch.
The batsman ought not out if get taken by the players are not reasonable, on the off chance that ball grounded before taking catch, at that point batsman isn’t out.
In the wake of taking catch the player contacts limits or crosses that limit line then likewise batsman are not out.
Hit the ball twice:-
The striker is out Hit the ball twice if, while the ball is in play, it strikes any piece of his/her individual or is struck by his/her bat and, before the ball has been moved by a defender, the striker wilfully hits it again with his/her bat or individual, other than a hand not holding the bat, aside from the sole motivation behind guarding his/her wicket.
The striker is out Hit wicket if, after the bowler has entered the conveyance stride and keeping in mind that the ball is in play, his/her wicket is put somewhere near either the striker’s bat or individual
Leg before wicket:-
The bowler conveys a ball, not being a No ball. the ball, on the off chance that it isn’t caught full-pitch, contributes line among wicket and wicket or on the off side of the striker’s wicket the ball not having recently contacted his/her bat, the striker blocks the ball, either full-pitch or in the wake of pitching, with any piece of his/her individual.
Obstructing the field:-
Either batsman is out Obstructing the field if, aside from in the conditions of and keeping in mind that the ball is in play, he/she wilfully endeavours to impede or divert the handling side by word or activity.
Either batsman is out Run out if, whenever while the ball is in play, he/she is out of his/her ground and his/her wicket is decently put somewhere near the activity of a defended.
At the point when batsman is out of his ground and ball conveyed by bowler isn’t no ball, at that point wicketkeeper put down the wicket without assistance of some other defender.
After the fall of a wicket or the retirement of a batsman, the approaching batsman must, except if Time has been called, be in position to take watch or for the other batsman to be prepared to get the following ball inside 3 minutes of the excusal or retirement. On the off chance that this necessity isn’t met, the approaching batsman will be out, Timed out
After time expanded no any batman comes at that point umpire should give him/her out because of break
here are the cricket rules that are used while playing the cricket game. these are the rules which are used world wide while playing the cricket