Back Foot Defense: This shot is played to a ball that is a bit shorter in length and a batter can not reach on the front foot as easily to play a shot with authority. Generally, this is a very easy shot to play. The batter moves the back foot toe (right foot in case of a right handed batter) in line of the ball and lets the ball come hit the bat. It is important for the batter to play this with soft hands (lose grip) so that the ball falls very close to him/her.
Back Foot Glance: This shot is played to a ball that is fuller or short of a length on the leg stump (or middle and leg). Batter quickly moves back foot toe right behind the line of the ball, transfers body weight to the front foot toe and guides the ball in the square/fine leg direction. The top hand grip may remain soft or tight depending on how square or fine the batter wants to play the ball.