Why did the cricket bats were roughly the same shape as hockey sticks during eighteenth century

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Why did the cricket bats were roughly the
same shape as hockey sticks during eighteenth century? 

Answer: During eighteenth century, in the game of cricket, the ball was bowled underarm, along the ground and the curve at the end of the hockey-like bat gave the batsman the best chance
of making contact. 

That's why the bats were looked like hockey sticks at that time.

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