(Of a cricket team) be required to bat again immediately after failing in their first innings to reach a score within a set number of runs of the score made by their opponents.
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- Sodumo followed on 214, having scored a valuable 55, as he played the anchor for a swinging Tyron Henderson.
- In that second Test at Kolkata, we had Sachin [Tendulkar] out in the second innings as India followed on.
- By the close, they had edged to 12 for 0 in their second innings after being asked to follow on.