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In [[cricket (sport)|cricket]], a '''limited overs''' match is scheduled for completion in a single day. Both teams have one [[innings (cricket)|innings]] each and the number of overs per innings is limited, usually to fifty. Top-class matches are statistically categorised as "List A" and at international level, a match is called a '''limited overs international (LOI)'''.
In [[cricket (sport)|cricket]], a '''limited overs''' match is scheduled for completion in a single day. Both teams have one [[innings (cricket)|innings]] each and the number of overs per innings is limited, usually to fifty. Top-class matches are statistically categorised as "List A" and at international level, a match is called a '''limited overs international (LOI)'''.



Revision as of 13:38, 29 August 2019

In cricket, a limited overs match is scheduled for completion in a single day. Both teams have one innings each and the number of overs per innings is limited, usually to fifty. Top-class matches are statistically categorised as "List A" and at international level, a match is called a limited overs international (LOI).

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Bibliography

  • Marylebone Cricket Club: The Laws. MCC, The Laws of Cricket (2017).
  • Playfair: Playfair Cricket Annual. Playfair Books Ltd (1948 to present).
  • Swanton, E. W. (editor): Barclays World of Cricket, 3rd edition. Willow Books (1986).
  • Wisden: Wisden Cricketers' Almanack (annual). John Wisden & Co. Ltd (1864 to present).