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Cricket 2009 Cheats
Submitted by: Ayush_best
Hi friends ,i m ayush from india. I m sending this cheat on 27th July 2008.
I know that this game has not yet released but some of them have it like me because
my father works on gaming company in america.
OK ENOUGH Lets talk about cheats.........
While playing the game, (pausing) type these following cheats carefully without
making a mistake.
Cricketty - MAKES THE PLAYER FULL STAMINA(BAT AND BOWL BOTH)
Bowly - MAKES SUPER FAST IN BOWLING
I WILL SEND MORE CHEATS DON'T WORRY.........
Submitted by: abhishek
First you should take a player which is settled and when you hit a ball it will
show ideal then if spinner is on attack move across leg step if the ball is shot
of length then press right,up arrow and hold press shift,s,d to hit a swip six.
Submitted by: R.Srikrishnan
When you are bowling in any pitch(not hard), just bowl in the umpire's hat with any
medium bowler. You will get easy wickets. Either bowled or LBW.
To hit 4 on every ball:
Submitted by: dakshesh
Bring the batsman on the straight line where the baller has pitched the ball then
press [Shift]+d+right key or left key.
Submitted by: Sachin
To take the wicket,
USe a pace bowler.
Do out swing.
And pitch to leg exactlyforward and bowl at full face you surely will get wicket.
To take wickets:
Submitted by: Mohammed abuzar ali
To take a wicket every bowl, just put the bowl right the front of the leg surely it
will be bowled or catch in leg side try it . its my challenge.
Submitted by: vijay
Bowl with harbhajan singh of team india in the match.press "w" instead of s before
the run up. Place the bowling cursor behind the stumps and between the wicket-keeper
and stumps. When he will throw the ball,that the ball will go higher than the height
of batsman and will hit the stumps.
Do it continuosly and you will get six wickets in six balls.
Submitted by: saurabh
Put the ball straight infront of wicketkeeper in that white line you will surely
geta wicket First take the ball and pitch it in that white line and we have put
To take wicket every ball...:
Submitted by: Eshwar
To get a wicket in every ball in wet and damp piches...Bowl with spinners a lot in
India use harbhajan and kumble and pitch the ball short and make it to turn along the
batsman's leg with no pace at all......You'll surely get a wicket......Try this for
all the 6 balls and you'll get 6 wickets in an over.....
Submitted by: prashanth
Pitch the BALL on white line sraight to the wicket keeper by pressing 'A',it does not lock
the cursor then again pitch the ball wherever u want by pressing 'S' then while run up
outswing the ball,you'll get full of catches,and it is very useful trick in test matches,i
bowled out west indies 0/10 in test match.
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