**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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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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ReplyDelete33 runs in 49 overs ((6*5)+3) and 36 runs in the last over...

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ReplyDeleteCorrection 1751

ReplyDelete900 runs

ReplyDeleteIf 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.

ReplyDelete1506 ( 49*5*6)+36(1*6*6)

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ReplyDeleteBatsman 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.

ReplyDelete0 runs....if the bowlers bowl all wides..but the overall score will be ..300

ReplyDelete0 runs....if the bowlers bowl all wides..but the overall score will be ..300

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