Womens Cricket vs Mens Cricket
Womens Cricket Test: Women’s teams of India and Australia are doing two hands each in the Pink Test match in Carrara. This is the second time in 2021 that the Indian women’s cricket team is playing a Test match. We are going to tell here at least 7 such differences of both the teams which are in the test match between womens and mens test matches.
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New Delhi. The Indian women’s team is doing two hands each in the Pink Test match from Australia (India-W vs Australia-W) from today. This is the second time in 2021 that the Indian women’s cricket team is playing a Test match. Everyone knows that Test matches of women’s cricket teams are much less than that of men’s teams. This is only the second time in 14 years that the Indian women’s team is playing two Test matches in a year. Whereas, the Indian men’s team plays an average of 8 to 10 test matches every year. Almost everyone knows this difference between Test matches of women’s and men’s teams. But here we are going to tell at least 7 such differences of both the teams which are in the test match of women and men’s test match (Women’s Cricket vs Men’s Cricket).
Women’s cricket test match is of 4 days. Men’s Test match is of maximum 5 days.
There is a provision of bowling a minimum of 100 overs per day in the Women’s Cricket Test. It is mandatory to play 90 overs everyday in men’s cricket.
The weight of the ball in women’s cricket test should be at least 142 grams. The weight of the ball in a men’s match should not be less than 156 grams.
In a women’s test match, the boundary can be a minimum of 55 meters and a maximum of 64 meters. In men’s Test matches, this distance is 59 meters and 82 meters respectively.
DRS is not being used in women’s cricket test. Yes, the on-field umpire can take the help of the third umpire. DRS is used in men’s cricket, that is, the player can challenge the decision of the umpire.
An average of 3.6 minutes has been allotted to bowl an over in a women’s Test match. In a men’s match, this time is on average 4 minutes.
There is also a different penalty time for players to be off the field. In a women’s test match, this time is 110 minutes. In men’s match this time becomes 120 minutes.