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     There are two types of swing balls in cricket, Inswing, and outswing. We will learn about in-swing balls here.

      If a bowler’s ball hits the outside of the batsman’s off-stump and then moves toward the stumps, it is called an inswing ball.

      There are two types of batsmen: right-handed batsmen and left-handed batsmen.

     Also, there are two types of bowlers: right-handed bowlers and left-handed bowlers.

     How to do ball in any case.

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IF THE BATSMAN IS RIGHT-HANDED

    In the case of a right-handed batsman, the in-swing method is as follows-

GRIEF THE CRICKET BALL

         To inswing a right-handed batsman, you need to grieve the ball in such a way that the seam of the ball is parallel to the left corner of the pitch.

     That is, from the corner of the pitch behind the right-handed batsman to the opposite corner.

     The seam position of the ball will remain the same for both right-handed and left-handed bowlers.

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FACE OF PALM

      The face of the palm of your hand must be towards the wicket when you release the ball to inswing the right-handed batsman.

     Both right-handed and left-handed bowlers will have the same palm face.

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HEAD AND HAND POSITION

            The inswing ball depends on the distance between your hands and your head.

    If you are a right-handed bowler, you need to release the ball with your hands close to your head to inswing the right-handed batsman.

   If you are a left-arm bowler, you need to release the ball with your hands away from your head to inswing the right-handed batsman.

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FINISH YOUR HAND

    If you are a right-handed bowler, your hands will be finished between the two legs to inswing a right-handed batsman.
   If you are a left-arm bowler, your left hand will end up on the outside of the right foot to inswing a right-handed batsman.

IF THE BATSMAN IS LEFT-HANDED

           In the case of a left-handed batsman, the in-swing method is as follows-

GRIEF THE BALL

         To inswing a left-handed batsman, you need to grieve the ball in such a way that the seam of the ball is parallel to the right corner of the pitch.

     That is, from the corner of the pitch behind the left-handed batsman to the opposite corner.

     The seam position of the ball will remain the same for both right-handed and left-handed bowlers.

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FACE OF PALM

     The face of the palm of your hand must be towards the wicket when you release the ball to inswing the left-handed batsman.

     Both right-handed and left-handed bowlers will have the same palm face. 

HEAD AND HAND POSITION

        If you are a right-handed bowler, you need to release the ball with your hands away from your head to inswing a left-handed batsman.

        If you are a left-arm bowler, you need to release the ball with your hands close to your head to inswing the left-handed batsman.

FINISH YOUR HAND

        If you are a right-handed bowler, your right hand will end up on the outside of the left foot inswing a left-handed batsman.

          If you are a left-arm bowler, your left hand will be finished between the two legs to inswing a left-handed batsman.

CONCLUSION

    you can make a good inswing ball against the batsmen, If you follow these methods above.

                        For this, you need to do regular practice….

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