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  In a first-class match, a tail-ender sent in when a wicket falls
  near the end of a day's play.  The theory is that a batsman is
  most vulnerable at the start of his innings and early in the day,
  so this tactic is intended to protect a specialist batsman from
  one of these dangerous times.

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