Fielding Positions in Cricket for Right Handed Batsman | Long ON/OFF,Mid Wicket,Fine Leg,Square Leg.

Hello! Friends, Today in this Video we are
going to see different Fielding Positions in a Cricket game. I assure you
that after watching this video you can clearly understand the Cricket
Commentary during a match. And let me tell you first
all these fielding positions are with respect to a Right-Handed batsman so you have to reverse this if you want to see this for a Left-Handed batsman. For a
Right-Handed batsman the right half of the Cricket Field is his “OFF” Side and
the left half of the field is is “ON” Side or Leg side. So, here we go with the
fielding position. We have Long ON and Long OFF off. OFF Side that is why “OFF” and Leg Side that’s why “On”. Similarly we have Mid-OFF Mid-ON, Third Man, Fine Leg, Deep Extra
Cover, Deep Cover Point, Cover, Point Gully, Short Leg, Square Leg, Mid-Wicket Deep Square Leg, Deep Mid-wicket. I hope
you are clear with all of them and learned something about Cricket today. SUBSCRIBE this channel to get more from us.Thank you, Goodbye.

51 thoughts on “Fielding Positions in Cricket for Right Handed Batsman | Long ON/OFF,Mid Wicket,Fine Leg,Square Leg.

  1. What a Video. I respect the admins of this channel. It doesn't look like a single man's job to have such an organized YouTube channel.

    Good luck Guys. 🙂

  2. Bhai tum video konse software me edit karte ho mujhe bhi batao please mujhe bhi ek video edit karni hai please

  3. Hello sir,एक वीडियो folder पर बनाइये कीलेग साइड में ज्यादा से ज्यादा और काम से कम कितना फील्डर रह सकता है
    और ऑफ़ side में ज्यादा से ज्यादा या कम से कम कितना फील्डर रह सकता है| ok

  4. GOTCHA! Took me four views, but I got two screenshots. Your video is so clear, so direct, so concise – so quick! Immediately, I knew it was worth studying.

    Thank you for this offering. I'm becoming acquainted with the sport after decades of indifference. From the "World Book Encyclopedia" I recall terms like "silly mid-wicket." Followed Baseball all my life and couldn't grasp 360 degrees of "fair" territory or shifting field positions. Your to-the-point video will be my basis for recognizing the field positions. Thank you!

  5. I didn't get more out of this than I did looking at a picture. I wish more explanation why was given as to why the positions got that name.

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