The extended period at the wicket by two batsmen in cricket is called a stand.
The more grass a wicket has on it, the more "lively" it will be. Which means that the ball is more likely to move around. If a wicket is flat, then it will be bare and is unlikely to offer assistance to bowlers. Batsmen usually enjoy the wicket being flatter.
When it comes to cricket, the teams should have enough players to fill up each side and have enough batsmen to score runs. There is the wicket-keeper, 5 bowlers, and 5 batsmen, to create a balanced number of different types of players.
Close leg side field-position behind the batsman's wicket of the striker end.It is a fielding position square to batsmen.
Cricket from central wicket? lol
when a ball that is not a wide does not strike the bat or pad (hits nothing), but the batsmen still get a run. Normally results from a wicket keeper mistake, letting the ball past.
about 1000 per wicket
Yes, it is out hitting the wicket after scoring a six in cricket because the batsman hit the wicket.
If you count the two batters then 13, if not then 11 (usually 5 batsmen, a wicket keeper, an all-rounder (bats and bowls) and 4 bowlers).
Amar singh is the first person to take wicket in test cricket
The term wicket is associated with the sport of Cricket. When a batsman is dismissed and sent back to the pavillion it is termed as a wicket. People even call the cricket pitch where the game is played a wicket.