Last edited by wellAlbidarned; 13-03-2012 at 01:58 AM.
A) make the JUDGEMENT that the delivery would bounce before the stumps
B) not make the JUDGDEMENT whether the delivery would deviate significantly to miss or not because such judgements can't be made by umpires and therefore give the batsman benefit of doubt
Last edited by weldone; 13-03-2012 at 02:37 AM.
I think fulltosses cannot be presupposed to spin while giving LBWs just because the bowler is a spinner. That's relying on a priori assumptions, and while it probably will turn on pitching (wherever that may be), one can only go with the evidence in play during that particular delivery.
Least controversial? Remember Ian Chappell once raising this point while commentating, there must be some others too. However, it hasn't been as controversial as Mika and Rakhi Sawant's kiss I agree.
Easiest to judge? The opposite, because such cases can't be judged with any accuracy.
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