short stop is dirctly behind the keeper, but a bit further back is long stop also toward the batsmens legs is fine leg and deep fine leg (closer to the boundary) and on the off side you have deep gully and third man (which is closer to the rope)
Other than the wicketkeeper, there is a place at the boundary behind the stumps called 'long stop'.
No he should stand behind the stumps.
In cricket the term 'third man' refers to a fielding position. Third man fields behind the wicketkeeper on the off-side.
The main Australian wicketkeeper is Brad Haddin. The back-up 'keeper is Tim Paine.
A person directly behind the stumps (wicket is fairly ambiguous in cricket use) is normally defined as a wicketkeeper, even if they are not wearing any of the equipment or acting in the usual manner of one.
At the Moment Mark Boucher or Kumar Sangakarra
Sarah Taylor, England wicketkeeper, is currently the world's leading wicketkeeper and the keepers from other countries look and aspire to be as good as her although they are not far off
11 players from one team on the playing field at any one time. 1 Bowler, 1 wicketkeeper and the others are 'fielders' however you can include the wicketkeeper as a fielding position therefore there are 10 fielders and 1 bowler at a time