Cricket Betting & Odds | Bet on Cricket Online

A Basic Guide to Cricket Betting Tips

A Basic Guide to Cricket Betting Tips

A Basic Guide To Cricket

Cricket live cricket score betting Tips is a bat and ball game played by two teams of eleven players. There are a few formats of the game but the basic principles are the same in all formats. Cricket live cricket score betting Tips matches can last for several days, or they could be played out in an afternoon. For example a 'Test Match' would be scheduled to be played out over five days, whereas a 'Twenty20' match will be finished in just a few hours. The traditional Cricket live cricket score betting Tips game is played over two 'innings'. Each team has the opportunity Cricket Betting Tips to bat twice and bowl twice - it doesn't always follow that this will happen, as the team that bats second can in theory bowl the other team out twice and having scored enough 'runs' to win the match without batting again. The Cricket live cricket score betting Tips bat is a flat blade of wood (usually willow) around 4.25 inches wide and 38 inches long with a handle spliced into the top live cricket betting tips.

Cricket Betting Tips

The Cricket live cricket score betting Tips ball is a hard cork and string construction Cricket Betting Tips bound by thick leather with one straight central seem. The dimensions and hardness are similar to a baseball. The game is played on a field usually an oval shape and measuring anywhere between 90 and 150 metres in diameter, and in the centre, will be the pitch. The pitch is a rectangular strip of hard packed earth with a closely cropped grass surface 20 meters in length. At each end of the pitch are three vertical wooden 'stumps' (round posts 1 inch in diameter) around thigh height with two small wooden cross-pieces known as 'bails' perched on the top between the stumps. This structure is known as the wicket. It is the batsman's job to protect the wicket and to score 'runs' - and it is the bowlers job to dismiss the batsman through a number of means, the most obvious of which is to strike the wicket with the ball dislodging the bails. Before the match begins a coin is tossed to decide the order of play. The team winning the toss gets to decide whether to bat first or to field first. The fielding team will have all eleven Cricket Betting Tips players present on the field, while the batting team has two players. The remainder of the batting team will remain off field awaiting their turn to bat.

live cricket score betting

The fielding side will strategically locate players around the field to prevent runs being scored by the batting side. One of the fielding players is the Wicket Keeper and he stands behind the wicket to collect the ball if it is bowled past the batsman. The wicket keeper will wear webbed and padded gloves as well as leg pads and a protective helmet. The fielding side will usually only have one wicket keeper but they may have several bowlers each Cricket Betting Tips of whom can take a turn to bowl. The bowler will run in and deliver the ball (with an over-arm action) down the pitch at anywhere between 50 and 90 mph. The bowler is aiming to hit the stumps or coax the batsman into hitting the ball to a fielder to be caught. If the wicket is struck by the ball or the the ball is caught by a fielder (without first touching the ground), then the batsman is 'out' ie he has been dismissed and will be replaced by the next batsman in the team. Each bowler will deliver a sequence 6 balls known as an 'over' before being rested while another bowler bowls Cricket Betting Tips another over from the other end of the pitch. The batsman who is facing the bowler is 'on strike' and the other batsman at the opposite end of the pitch is .