The law says that the batsman is out only if "but for the interception, the ball would have hit the wicket". It does not say "would have hit the wicket with a probability of at least 70%".
The benefit of doubt is always given to batsman and not to bowler or a fielder is because the bowler can get many chances in the match to get the batsman out again but the batsman has only one chance. If he is given out then his innings is over for that match.
(Reuters) - New Zealand may be forced to face India in their crunch Twenty20 clash on Sunday without Martin Guptill after the 'Black Caps' batsman injured his toe in their opening loss to Pakistan.
Answer (1 of 7): I remember reading about this in NCERT History book. I don't remember everything so I just searched for the passage online. Do note that cricket was introduced in India by Britishers.
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