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New Zealand



India vs New Zealand


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Australia vs England



India vs Pakistan


South Africa vs England


Australia vs New Zealand



India vs South Africa


Australia vs Pakistan


England vs New Zealand



India vs England


South Africa vs Australia


Pakistan vs New Zealand


 Game Structure:
-Toss between captains to decide whether to bowl or bat
-2 innings with 8 overs each
-Each bowler can bowl max up to 2 overs
-Any conflict during the match will be handled between the captains (NO ONE ELSE IS INVOLVED)
-Each batsman will play a total of 1 over and then the next batsman will come on strike. Once everyone has had their turn that batsman will go again if they were not out in their first over
-10 wickets for each teams

Ways to score runs:
-Batsmen must hit the ball and run to each other’s end of the pitch (from one end to the other), the amount of times you run is how many runs you score
-By hitting the bowl to the boundaries (a 4 or a 6)
(4: is hitting the bowl past the boundary after hitting the ground)
(6: is hitting the bowl past the boundary before it hits the ground)
-Other ways to score runs are by the following balls, no ball, wide ball, bye and leg bye
No Ball- is when the bowler passes the crease from where he is suppose to bowl or if the bowl is dangerous meaning bowled above the batsman's waist. One run will be provided
(2 No balls above the waist the bowler's over will be declared, BUT NO OVER RESETS)
Wide Ball- is when the bowler bowls beyond the batsman's hitting point (Beyond the crease on both left and right of the batsman). One run will be provided
(3 wide balls and the bowler's over is declared, BUT NO OVER RESETS) 
Bye- is where a ball that isn’t a no ball or wide passes the striking batsman and runs are scored without the batsman hitting the ball
Leg Bye- runs are scored when the bowl hits the batsman attempting to play a shot but if the batsman did not try to play the shot no runs can be scored

Ways to get out:
Bowled- The ball is bowled and hits the wickets with at least one bail off the wickets
Caught- The ball is caught by a fielder before it hits the ground
LBW (Leg Before Wicket)- If the ball hits the batsman's leg before the bat then an LBW is possible (In tape ball cricket, two LBW's have to happen to get the batsman out)
StumpedA batsman can be given out when the wicket keeper puts down his wicket while he is out of his crease
Run out- A batsman is out if no part of his bat or body is grounded behind the popping crease while the ball is in play and the wicket is fairly put down by the fielding side
Hit Wicket- If the batsman hits the wicket with his bat or body during the bowlers ball he is out
Hit The Ball Twice- If the batsman hits the ball twice even if it is to try to save his wicket its out