Follow-on in cricket comes into effect in Test matches as well as first-class matches. To understand, take an example. Suppose Team A bats first and scores 450 runs. Now, Team B comes into bat and they are bowled out for 200 runs. Implies, Team A leads Team B by 250 runs or Team B trails Team A by 250 runs. Here, Team A could enforce the follow-on and forcing the Team B to bat once again instead of Team A batting and hence gaining advantage. Follow-on can be enforced when team batting first has a first innings lead of 200 runs or more over the team batting second.
let there is a test match between team X and Y.X bat first and scores some runs(e.g. 600).if Y get allout at a total less than 200 short of that scored by X(HERE 400) then x CAN FORCE Y to bat again. this is known as follow-on in test cricket
I dont know what batology is in cricket. But i just did the mean fart!
this means that in every street the cricket players are there who play 'local cricket' for a district
I am assuming you mean which country founded cricket. There is overwhelming evidence that cricket was founded in the southeast region of England.
it either means that you are a natural at playing cricket, or someone injected some cricket juice into you while you were sleeping.
Do you mean the Walt Disney character Jiminy Cricket, from the film Pinocchio?
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