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Laws Blog: Should Knight have been given out?

MCC's Laws of Cricket Advisor Jonny Singer takes a look at a controversial dismissal during Australia's T20 international Ashes victory over England l... Read more

Not against the Law, not against the Spirit

Jonny Singer explores the controversial dismissal of Mohammad Irfan which left WAPDA captain Salman Butt questioning the spirit of the game.  Read more

Deceiving the batsman

Last week saw the first example of a player being penalised under the revised Law 41.5: 'Deliberate distraction, deception or obstruction of batsman' ... Read more

Caught, run out, but not out!

Jonny Singer talks us through the decision to give India batsman Hardik Pandya not out during their recent ODI vs Australia.  Read more

Stumped! - Was Taylor's brilliance a No Ball?

Jonny Singer explores the Laws of the game to answer two stumping incidents that caused controversy during the week.  Read more

Jason Roy - Obstructing the field?

On Friday night we witnessed one of the lesser-spotted methods of dismissal in England’s Twenty20 International defeat by South Africa. Read more

Wicket-keeperless Worcestershire

Lords.org looks at the recent incident in a NatWest t20 Blast match at Grace Road, when Worcestershire sparked a Laws debate by fileding without a wic... Read more

Obstructing the field?

Mohammad Hafeez's dismissal for Obstructing the field in an ODI between Pakistan and South Africa brought this sometimes forgotten Law into the spotli... Read more

Cook run out - what the Laws say

Alastair Cook was run out in unfortunate circumstances in the third Test at Eden Gardens against India, but did the umpires make the right decision? Read more

Gambhir, Bairstow and the helmet...

Jonny Bairstow was caught by Gautam Gambhir at silly point during the second Test between England and India in Mumbai, despite the ball having struck ... Read more
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