How to Score a Cricket Game?

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To score at a cricket game, the batters score runs. They can do this by hitting the ball and running back and forth, while the ball is in play. They can also score an automatic four runs if they hit the rope around the field, and an automatic six runs if they hit it out of the field.
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To score the runs in a cricket game, a batsman has to run from one end of the batting pitch to the other. He can also score by hitting the ball over the rope marking the edge of the playing area. A batting team scores runs when the bowler bowls too wide, bowls a no ball, or if the batsman runs when ball has come off his body rather than the bat.
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