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Cricket Riddle

Cricket Riddle - 24 April

How many runs at maximum can a batsman score in a normal one day match? Consider the fact that the conditions are ideal and there are no No Balls, no Wide Balls and no Extras in that match.

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    1. 33 runs in 49 overs ((6*5)+3) and 36 runs in the last over...

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    2. what happen if the batsman injured in his first ball

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  4. If there are only 2 bats man are playing then consider the batsman-1 at the striker end he can hit 6 sixers = 36 run in a over then 2nd over the non sttriker batsman-2 will bat suppose he takes a single n gives change to batsman-1 again if he hits 5 sixers in remaining 5 ballas = 30, in this way batsman-1 can score a maxmum of 36x25 = 900 + 30x25 = 750 ie equal to 1650 runs.

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  5. 1506 ( 49*5*6)+36(1*6*6)

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  6. Batsman can keep running and take unlimited runs on single delivery. There is no such rule that stops batsman from running. Also consider overthrows as its not counted as extras.

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  7. 0 runs....if the bowlers bowl all wides..but the overall score will be ..300

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  8. 0 runs....if the bowlers bowl all wides..but the overall score will be ..300

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