Which cricket bat should you have?

Which cricket bat should you have?

Find out which cricket bat suits you best by answering these questions on how you play

published on July 14, 2013987 responses 0 4.5★ / 5

If the ball is pitched short would you...

If the ball is pitched short would you...
Step backwards and pull it
Touch it o square leg for a quick single
Make room outside off stump and wallop it for six over midwicket
step backwards and play a back foot drive trying to find the gap
try to play it over yours and the wickie's head for 4 or 6
play an upper cut to 3rd man for 4

If it is a half volley would you...

If it is a half volley would you...
Try to work it off your pads to midwicket for a couple
Step to the ball and hammer it for four past cover
close your eyes and hit it as hard as you can trying to loft it for a six
make room and manoeuvre the ball to the backward point area
Go for a straight drive
defend it and look for a single

He bowls a fantastic ball swinging away from off stump you...

He bowls a fantastic ball swinging away from off stump you...
Try to work it to point for a single
Throw everything you have at it and hope for the best
defend it sensibly
leave it and say well bowled
try to nick it and make it go past first slip
play a reverse sweep

it is a normal straight ball

it is a normal straight ball
play a dilscoop
Hit it and just look for runs
play a straight drive past the bowler for 4
go for a flick off the pads
slog it to cow corner
defend it sensibly

you get out and as you walk off you...

you get out and as you walk off you...
You walk off slamming your bat down that you got out.
You take your helmet off and walk slowly to the changing rooms
You think to yourself,hey, thats cricket
You walk off with a small smile on your face because you have enjoyed batting
You walk off thinking, hey maybe Im not in form
You practice the shot that you got out doing on your way to the pavilion