In a cricket match six balls are in an over.
The junior over in cricket is the same as adult 6 balls an over
There are six balls in an over.
Generally six balls in an over. Excluding 'No balls'
there are 6 balls per over in cricket, unless a wide or no ball is bowled
Sanath Jayasuriya he scored 50 in 17 balls
Fifty years ago Australian cricket teams had eight balls in an over.
There are generally six deliveries in a cricket over, but this can vary, depending on no-balls and wides.
6 but in professional test cricket extra balls are added on for a no ball or a wide and in 20/20 junior cricket the same rule applies in the last over of each innings
There are six legal balls bowled in one over, meaning that their has to be six balls which are not deemed to be no balls or wides.