The 15 Overs fielding restriction rule was started in 1992 Cricket World Cup.
The first 15 Overs fielding restriction rule was implemented from 1992 Cricket World Cup.
there is no restriction in overs bowled by a bowler
Type your answer here..60 overs
And the answer is if it is a ODI then 50 overs but if it is a test match then it depends on number of days.
No. A bowler can not bowl more than one over consecutively in the game of Cricket. In limited over cricket matches, there is a restriction for bowlers for the total number of overs.
50 overs per innings.
It is 50 overs for an Inning
50 overs per innings