Generally red ball in test matches and white ball in limited over cricket.
In cricket, one over consists of 6 genuine ball, excluding extra deliveries like wide ball, no ball, etc.
there is no such thing as offside in cricket - the only thing that resembles this is if over 2 fielders are behind the batsman on the leg side - this is a no ball.
There are three types of no balls in cricket over steping,ball on the face called beamer,more than two bouncers in over
there are 6 balls per over in cricket, unless a wide or no ball is bowled
LBO stands for Last Ball Over in Cricket.
There are 6 balls in a cricket over. No matter what type of cricket game you play. However, if you bowl wide or no ball then you will have to bowl that particular ball again but you also gave 2 extra runs for your opposition.
an over in cricket is 6 balls (depending on if he balls a wide or a no ball) bowled by a bowler
In England and in most countries that play cricket, an over consists of six ball over.