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Change bowler
A bowler who comes in for an over or two to rest a bowler or to enable a bowler to change ends.
Clip
A shot on the half volley played towards short leg. What Dhoni needs when his hair grows too long.
Colored clothing
Packer thought you needed colored clothing to tell the difference between the batsmen and the bowling side. Strange considering only batsmen wield bats.

Also strange, colored clothing has only been used for ODIs and not tests!
Come in
If it is a bowler, it means he is starting with the run-up. If it is a batsman, it means he is entering the pitch after the previous batsman checked out.
Come off
Batsman leaving the field or a bowler finishing a spell of bowling.
Come off it
Get serious! Like when Canada beats Australia…
Commentator
Don Nick, yo ya no entiendo esto de los blogs, me asniagn un nombre.. :P y yo ni blog tengo, bueno x, pues Don Platf3n ahed sed que se lleva mis aplausos, porque, bueno, ya conoce mi pobre percepcif3n acerca del ser humano, que sea dios, que sea naturaleza, es cierto que el hombre no es me1s que una adaptacif3n de la debilidad.. sorry, empiezo a tirar para el monte..la verdad.. why to think if we can play??
Controversy
See Shane Warne.
Corporate box
Occupants of this room feel they own the stadium. Meanwhile, they haven’t even bought the bloody tickets!
 
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