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not out........rules r thr to play games too...... it cannot be broken.....

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no because the bails have to be dislodged to be out!

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In principle yes; but it would require an amazingly agile keeper to spot the batsman out of his crease and put his hand in front of the stumps to grab the ball and knock the bails off.

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Q: In cricket when the ball hits the wicket but the bails don't fall is the batsman out?
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Not out. Only way to get batsman out when a no ball is thrown is run out.


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What is a wicket in cricket?

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Do you have to hit the ball on the stump or can you hit the wickets with your wicket keepting gloves when you are trying to get a run out?

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How all can be out in a cricket match?

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