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batsman

Cricket
a. a person who bats or whose turn it is to bat
b. a player who specializes in batting
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Bowling at the right time to the right batsmen at the right line and length is what helps me claim wickets.
We have Asad Shafiq and also Azhar Ali who is an outstanding player and one of the best batsmen in Test cricket at the moment.
The strange fact is that despite this knowledge, the Indian cricket board did nothing to help the batsmen understand the wicket by arranging a few practice matches before the first Test.
Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh) [India], Dec 10 ( ANI ): The Indian batsmen put up a horror show with the bat as they managed only 112.
Other batsmen Ibrahim Zadran scored 36 runs, Darwish Rasooli 18 runs, Nisar Wahdat 7 runs, Tariq Stanikzai 5 runs, Qais Ahmad 14 runs, Navid Obaid 2 runs, and Abdul Wasi remained not out after scoring 1 run.
Barker, a pretty laid-back sort of a chap, just got on with his job, no doubt not overly concerned that Nottinghamshire's batsmen were getting in a flap.
The Welsh batsmen then had to face the pacy Darren Gall, who was playing as an over-age player.
Australia yesterday announced just six specialist batsmen in a list of 20 centrally-contracted players ahead of the next 12 months.
England's first professional captain and one of the greatest batsmen of all time, his 364 at The Oval against Australia in 1938 is the highest score in an innings by an England player.
YENy DELHy (CyHAN)- Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni finds it difficult to decide whether to continue with seven batsmen and four bowlers or to pick an extra bowler (fifth bowler) and drop a batsman.
He was not Kapil Dev, Virender Sehwag, Chris Gayle, Barry Richards and other illustrious batsmen of the yore.
Dhoni, who scored 34 himself, believes the team have shown signs of improvement and the outing against Ireland has given his batsmen an opportunity to test their skills.