OKAY FIRST OF ALL IF THE BATSMAN ITS IN HIS INFRONT OF HIS WICKETS AND THE BALL HITS HIM ON PADS AND THE BALL IS INLINE WITH WICKETS AND TE HEIGHT IS NOT OVER THE WICKETS THE BATSMAN GETS KICKED OUT OF THE PITCH AND THE BOWLER REPLYS F off
Salim Durani, July 2009, as follows: b, . , b, b, b, lbw. = W, 0, W, W, W, W.
Leg before wickets
This concept is unique to Twenty20 cricket. If a bowler is called for a "No Ball" because a bowler overstepped the popping crease, then the bowler's next delivery is declared a "Free Hit," which means that a batsman cannot be dismissed by a catch, bowling, LBW, or stumping. He can only be dismissed by those methods that happen to be allowed under a No Ball--most notably run out.
lbw stands for leg before wicket
takes wickets of course. by bowling the batsman out, stumping him, running him out, lbw, batsman can hit the wicket himself and knock the bails off, timed out and lastly, by the batsman handling the ball
LBW - leg before wicket no ball - when the bowler bowls it really high without it bouncing or steps over the crease have to bowl with a straight arm
LBW - Leg before wicket
LBW has the fullform leg before wicket
lbw stands for 'leg before wicket'
LBW stands for Leg Before Wicket.
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.