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Sweep to the leg spinner When the leg spinner pitches outside the line of the leg stump and the sweep shot is intended, the left foot must be placed wider up the wicket to prevent the ball going round the legs to hit the stumps. He technique will to the same as for the ordinary sweep shot.
The shot is played o the ball pitched further up than the length required for the 
sweep shot. It would be difficult to hit this length ball with a cross bat. The shot 
should not be attempted against the ball turning or swinging towards the off side.
1. The left foot goes up the wicket just inside the line of the ball. The hands go out and away form the body, with the wrists still cocked. The eyes follow the ball ass far as possible. Up on the toes of the back foot. The trunk begins to turn from the hips Hitting behind the wicket on leg side
Hitting behind the wicket on leg side 2. The hand brings the bat down. The right hand is turning the face of the bat towards the on side. The left arm is almost straight. The right shoulder is dipped so that the right hand can get at the ball. The balance of the body is over the front leg. Well up on the toes of the back foot. The head is steady. The eyes follow the ball on to the bat.
3.The shot is made. Well up on the toes of the back foot, pushing the weight forward. The right knee turns into the front leg. He chin is down. The head turns with the trunk pivot, watching the ball go off the bat. The right hand goes past the left, to take the bat through the pitch of the ball, which has gone in the direction of backward. Hitting behind the wicket on leg side
Hitting behind the wicket on leg side 4. The completed shot. The right foot turns. The trunk pivots round in the follow through of the right hand. The body weight still forward, head turning to watch the ball go on its way.
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