LBW in terms of cricket means leg before wicket.
LBW stands for Leg Before Wicket.
A batsman is given out LBW which means Leg Before Wicket.
LBW - meaning 'Leg Before Wicket' is used in Cricket.
in the game of CRICKET,the tearm LBW is associated when the batsman takes his leg before the wicket,it is considered as LBW out.
Leg Before Wicket
It is 'leg before wicket' in cricket.
Leg before wicket
Its out if its on line with the stumps still out.
Leg before wickets
thee same you play cricket in all the other countreis--- but they made this stupid rule that even if the lbw is hitting the wicket the ball still needs to come in line
To prevent the batsman to protect his wicket with his leg pads, forcing him to play at deliveries thereby allowing a chance for the bowling team to get him 'out'.
yes, it's happened in cricket.
bowled, caught, lbw, hit wicket, run out
In test cricket, it is Anil Kumble, who has taken 156 wickets through lbw, while in odi it is Wasim Akram, who had taken 92.
No. If the ball if the ball hits the bat and then goes onto the pad then the batsman cannot be out LBW. The umpire has to spot this of course.
yes....when the ball pitched in line and the back leg is straight enough to the stumps
LBW stands for Leg Before Wicket. In simple terms, the batsman is stood so that his leg(s) obscure all or part of the stumps. If the ball was bowled - and would have clearly hit the bales or stumps if the batsman wasn't there - he (or she) is given 'out LBW'
If a batsman is clearly LBW and there is no doubt regarding the decision, then it is said that the batsman is 'plumb' leg before
lbw stands for leg before wicket
LBW - Leg before wicket
LBW has the fullform leg before wicket
The 'Pad' in Cricket, is the protective object placed on from just above your foot to above your knee. When a ball hits the pad in from of the wicket this is known as LBW (Leg Before Wicket) which means, Your out!
lbw stands for 'leg before wicket'
you use mathematics for everything in cricket batting averages net run rate for predicting the trajectory of ball (hawk-eye) for lbw economy rates ,strike rates and so on