there are 6 balls per over in cricket, unless a wide or no ball is bowled
A set of six balls bowled in cricket - is called an 'over'.
A series of six balls bowled by a bowler is called Over.
Six legal balls are bowled in a single over. The rule has changed over time; in the past there were eight balls in an over.
an over in cricket is 6 balls (depending on if he balls a wide or a no ball) bowled by a bowler
highestly9 balls per over has been bowled in one day cricket.
The first over of the 1999 Cricket World Cup proper was bowled by England's Darren Gough to Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya.
In Australian cricket until 1979 they had 8-ball overs!
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Overs means number of balls bowled or going to bowl against opposite team.