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How the fielders will try to run out the batsmen?

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if a batsman was bowled on a no-ball and the bails were down the stumps then the batsmen are running for a run, at this time, how the fielders will try to run out the batsmen?

posted Dec 2, 2016 by Raghav Choudhary

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I think it will be useful

If the bails have already been removed, a fielder can remove a
remaining stump by pulling it out or hit out the stump(ensure that the
stump is fully out of ground) from the ground with the ball in their
hands. A fielder can also "remake" the stumps and remove a stump/bail
to effect a runout.

answer Dec 6, 2016 by Naveen Kumar
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