In cricket, the umpire rules a wide when the ball is sent too wide for the batsman to reach by the bowler. The term also references the run scored by the batting team from the penalty against the Bowling for committing the above breach.
the team batting gets a free run and the ball does not count so it has to be pitched again.
There are two white horizental lines on the crease with the stumps (on the right and the left). If the ball swings and passes these lines will be given wide.
no ,wide ball is not counted as a ball faced by the batsman in Cricket.but no ball is counted as a ball faced by the batsman in Cricket.
one yard either side of the stump
For one wide ball only one run.
Im not sure
cennie rawding did
Cricket from central wicket? lol
In cricket, one over consists of 6 genuine ball, excluding extra deliveries like wide ball, no ball, etc.
ount back to the number of 6's and then a count back to the number of 4's. In t-20 format when a match ends in tie,super over will decide the fate.A mini team has to be formed with three batsman and a bowler by both teams.Those who score maximum runs in that over will be the winner.It happened only once in the international cricket between new zealand and west indies.Chris gayle of WI scored 25 runs in that super over.New zealand failed to score the target, scored only 15 runs.