A recent game that had players playing along the India and Pakistan border was called the ‘Woolie game’.

While this game had been developed in the 1960s and 1970s, it has been around for over 40 years. 

A game for the wicketkeeper to try to keep a bowler out of the boundary is known as a wicket-tampering game.

It is played between two teams of four or five players and it involves the players taking turns to keep the wickets of the other team out of a boundary.

The winning team has to bowl in the shortest possible time, while the losing team has an opportunity to bowl out the bowler in the most favourable manner. 

India and Pakistan are scheduled to play the first Test at the Gabba on January 10, 2019.