Beginners Guide to Cricket Betting Tips
A Basic Guide To Cricket
The batsmen will try to get as many points (called runs) as possible before they are out. There are always two batsmen and once 10 batsmen have been out, the sides swap over and the batting side bowls, and vice versa. In games that last more than one day, each side will bat twice, unless the game is won before or weather intervenes. For a batsmen to score a run, they have to successfully cross and get to the opposite crease before the fielders throw the Cricket Betting Tips in and the bails are knocked off by it. Batsmen can run more than once if they wish. If the batsmen does not hit the Cricket Betting Tips, yet they complete a run, it is called a bye. If it hits their body, and they have tried to hit the Cricket Betting Tips it is called a leg-bye. A batsmen can score without physically running as well, if they hit the Cricket Betting Tips and it travels over the boundary (the outside line of the ground which runs generally about 60-80 yards away from the pitch in a rough oval shape) without bouncing, then they score 6 runs, if it bounces, they score four. They do not get any extra runs by running between the wickets.
You can score 4 or 6 byes/leg byes. An over consists of 6 legal balls. To bowl a Cricket Betting Tips, the bowler has to run up and bowl the live cricket score betting overarm, he is not allowed to throw the live cricket score betting, the action is more that of a windmill. The live cricket score betting, whilst it doesn't have to bounce has to reach the batsmen below waist height (if it is a seam bowler, a spin bowler it has to be below shoulder height as they are generally slower bowlers). A non legal live cricket score betting will be called either a wide or a no-live cricket score betting by the umpire (who is crickets version of a referee, there are two of these in amateur cricket and 3 in professional). A wide is a live cricket score betting which is deemed by the umpire to be two wide of the batsmen in his normal stance to hit. A no live cricket score where the live cricket score betting either bounces more than twice before reaching the batsmen, is too high when it reaches him and hasn't bounced, the bowler has been deemed to throw the ball, or has overstepped the mark and has bowled from two close to the batsmen. All of this takes place on the pitch.
This is a 22 yard long strip of short, rolled grass which is as flat and hard as possible. It is 10 feet wide. At either end of the pitch, there are three upright stumps, with two bails laying across the top of them (all together these for the wickets, each stump has its own name as well, the leg stump is the stump which is closest to the heel of the batsmen, the middle stump is, of course the middle of the three stumps, and the off stump is the stump furthest away from the heel of the batsmen). The batsmen will try to stop the ball from hitting these stumps, otherwise he is out. There are several ways that a batsmen can be out, all of which will be explained later. Also on the pitch there are two lines called creases, these dictate how far forward the bowlers front foot can be before he is deemed too close to the batsmen and a no-ball is called (his front foot must be completely over the line before it is called a no-ball).