Cricket Rules VS Football Rules

this basic rules for cricket and football.
everyone can see rules of both ………………………………………




Cricket Rules Football Rules
Players = 11 for play  Players = 11 for Play

Game Structure

1.Test

2.ODI

3.T20

Game Structure

Time = 90 Min

Extra Time.

 

score runs

1.No ball

2.Wide ball

3.Bye

4.Leg Bye

5. Boundary Four

6.Boundary Six

score Goals

To score the ball must go into your opponent’s goal.

The whole ball needs to be over the line for it to be a legitimate goal.

A goal can be scored with any part of the body apart from the hand or arm up to the shoulder.

The goal itself consists of a frame measuring 8 feet high and 8 yards wide.

 

 

 

Outs

1.Bowled

2.Caught

3.Leg Before Wicket (LBW)

4.Stumped

5.Run Out

6.Hit Wicket

7.Handled The Ball

8.Timed Out

9.Hit The Ball Twice

10.Obstructing The Field

 Outs

only Red card makes punish for outside to play ground.

1. umpire

2.third umpire

1.Referee

2.Assistant Referee

 Equipment

The bat has a willow striking face,

which must not be more than 38 inches long,

and a cane handle layered with thin strips

of rubber bound with twine

or steel spring and covered with a sheath of rubber.

The bat may not be wider than 41/4 inches and

usually weighs between 4 and 6 ounces over 2 pounds.

The ball has a hand-stitched red leather cover

and an interior of cork wound with twine.

It weighs between 51/2 and 53/4 ounces

and measures 9 inches in circumference.

A cricketer’s uniform is white: shirt,

trousers, boots, and sweater. Batsmen and the wicket

keeper also wear gloves and pads to

protect their hands and legs and a helmet

with a mesh face guard.

The umpires wear long white coats over normal clothing.

 Equipment

All The compulsory equipment of a player needs the

following separate items: a shirt with sleeves shorts socks –

tape or any material applied or worn externally must be

the same colors  as that part of the sock it is applied to

or covers shin guards – these must be

made of a suitable material to provide reasonable protection

and covered by the socks foot wear

Goalkeepers may wear tracksuit bottoms.

All player wear defer ant   numbers shirt.

A player whose footwear or shinguard is lost accidentally

must replace it as soon as possible and no later than when

the ball next goes out of play; if before doing so

the player plays the ball and/or scores a goal, the goal is awarded.

 

 Time not fix  Time fix
 group Yes   group Yes
 Injury player not changeable   Injury player  changeable
Players made list 15  Players made list 15




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