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Q: What is the distance in between wicket to wicket?

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2 yards

A cricket wicket is 22 yards (one chain) long. This is the distance between the two sets of stumps.

1 and 1/2 inches

A cricket wicket is 22 yards (one chain) long. This is the distance between the two sets of stumps.

four feet from the wicket

3 stumps make up a wicket, each stump is 1 and 1/2 inches, and the total width of a wicket is 9 inches so the distance between stumps is 1 and 1/2 inches. The distance between wickets (the pitch) is 22 yards and 10 feet.

the gap between each wicket is 22 yards (20.12 metres)

There is no set distance. Normally the wicket keeper will stand right up at the stumps to spin bowlers. To faster bowlers the 'keeper normally stands so that the ball is caught chest high to a delivery of normal legnth.

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usually about 90 yards on average, after each strip, one side becomes a lesser distance

The actual LENGTH of a wicket (being the area between the stump topped upright wickets) is 20.12 mtrs.

Leg Before Wicket. It's where the leg is in between the ball and the wicket and the ball hits the leg. It is classified as if the ball had actually hit the wicket. See related link for more information.