- noun a leg-side fielding position (or the player occupying it) between mid-on and square leg. Mid-wicket is normally about 20 to 30 yards out from the pitch at a point midway between the two wickets, but the position can also be modified to be ‘deep’ or ‘short’.
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Same as mid-off
Citation ‘Mid Wicket stands on the “off” side, a few yards in front and to the left of the bowler’
(G. H. Selkirk, Guide to the cricket Ground