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Cricket Rules

The aim of cricket is simple - score more runs than the opposition. But the game is played in two different formats and in some games it's possible to get a draw even if you don't score as many runs as the opposition. Confused? It's not that difficult. Those sorts of results only happen in the longer version of the game, played over anything between two and five days, when both teams have two innings. If the team batting last aren't bowled out then they can still draw the match if they've not scored as many runs as their opponents. The game is played on a large field, although most of the action takes place on a specially prepared area known as the pitch or the wicket. At opposite ends of the pitch are the wickets or stumps which the batsmen have to protect.

To Play Cricket we need to follow the following Rules :


Disclaimer is to inform all internet user of this website that this is not official website for Cricket World Cup 2007 but an unofficial website meant to promote the Cricket World Cup 2007 and its attractions online.

We tried to make all information accurate but this website or its affiliates will not be responsible for any damage or problem comes due to the information available on this website. If you want to visit official website for Cricket World Cup 2007 click here.

Cricket World Cup 2007 Cricket Rules

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Cricket Rules

The aim of cricket is simple - score more runs than the opposition. But the game is played in two different formats and in some games it's possible to get a draw even if you don't score as many runs as the opposition. Confused? It's not that difficult. Those sorts of results only happen in the longer version of the game, played over anything between two and five days, when both teams have two innings. If the team batting last aren't bowled out then they can still draw the match if they've not scored as many runs as their opponents. The game is played on a large field, although most of the action takes place on a specially prepared area known as the pitch or the wicket. At opposite ends of the pitch are the wickets or stumps which the batsmen have to protect.

To Play Cricket we need to follow the following Rules :


Disclaimer is to inform all internet user of this website that this is not official website for Cricket World Cup 2007 but an unofficial website meant to promote the Cricket World Cup 2007 and its attractions online.

We tried to make all information accurate but this website or its affiliates will not be responsible for any damage or problem comes due to the information available on this website. If you want to visit official website for Cricket World Cup 2007 click here.