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Stance at the Wicket
  1. Stand with the feet about six inches apart with the balance
    of the body on both feet.
2. Stand astride the crease with the back foot just
behind and parallel to the line of the batting crease.
Stance 3. The hands are forward, angling the bat with the left
hand close up to the left leg. The toe of the bat is by the
toe of the back foot and just behind it.
4. Close up of the position of the hands. The left hand is
against the left leg, the right arm slightly bent.
Stance 5. A comfortable and relaxed position at the crease.
The head is steady, eyes looking for the ball from the
bowler’s hand. The left arm slightly bent.
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