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Different format rules applying to indoor cricket world cup

Different format rules applying to indoor cricket world cup

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Though all forms of indoor cricket world cup are played at the same grounds mainly using the same equipment, there are subtle changes in certain areas. When Test Match Cricket was first played each over consisted of eight legal balls bowled. A legal ball is one that is bowled according to the rules of cricket and is not a 'no-ball' or a 'wide'. The number of legal balls in an over was later reduced to six. What is an Over Currently, in indoor cricket world cup an over is when a bowler bowls six legal balls. If a 'no-ball', that is the bowler over-stepping the mark from behind which he is supposed to release the ball, then the batting side is awarded a run and the ball has to be re-bowled. A wide is when the ball is bowled in such a way that the it is beyond the batsman's reach...