Like many in the non-cricketing world have always wondered so has the Sun newspaper. They discovered a pattern in the play consisting of a bloke with 3 balls running across the field towards an area with some wooden sticks prodded into the grass and some other blokes trying to deflect the ball the forementioned bloke throws at the sticks. It looks like the throwing seems to be repeated a number of times from both sides of the field. In addition a scoring pattern has emerged such as if the ball is deflected far enough to reach the border of the field points are awarded. Even more if the ball flies across the border.
Cricket probe into match pattern
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Give me time to work this one out before you go on to the next bit. Is this anything to do with the 'offside rule' I have heard so much about?
In cricket, the offside rule only applies on Wednesdays when there is an 'r' in the month.
any suggestions on penalty and what the positions are. I know they say when it looks like a duck and walks like a duck it could be a duck but what a duck kas to do with cricket is also a mystery to me like any of the field position names. Any takers to explain the patterns? I only understand they have overs but it's far from over when an over is over But if the Sun sees a pattern I am sure the mail must have explained it to is't readers at some point.
I think it's saying that anything in cricket to do with Pakistan is fixed.
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