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Australian cricket batsman Bill Woodfull faces a Bodyline field in the 4th Test match in Brisbane, 1933. Harold Larwood is bowling. Note the mass of fielders on the leg side, designed to catch the ball if the batsman defends his body with his bat, and deflects the ball in the air.

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