Jun 13, 2015 -- 1:53PM, pxb wrote:
Agree with tony. The more different the 3 formats are, the better for the game IMO.
Also agree.The three formats are good for the game.Difference is great.As in any sport it will find a natural equilibrium between attack and defense.Don't over officiate.
Jun 13, 2015 -- 1:07PM, tonyf wrote:
Happy as it is thanks, great viewing. Leave test cricket for the purist who enjoys seeing teams struggle to get 250 all out. 50 overs games are about entertainment, ask anyone at the Oval yesterday
exactly this, well said, one day games and 20/20 is about runs and entertainment, no watching batsman struggle to score
Jun 20, 2015 -- 10:49AM, cricketnut2 wrote:
lessen the weight of bats, would help bowlers, however crowds, that go to ODI'S,want to be entertained, which they have been, so leave the 50 over game alone. Just scrap T20 altogether and have more 50/50 cricket at County Level, so 4 Leagues of 5 teams, with Scotland and Ireland added, to make up the 20 teams. 8 games of 50/50 4 home, 4 away for each team. The Top 2 in each group go through. County and Test Cricket, should stay the same, a good contest between bat and ball, is the best cricket of all, where bowlers, have to get batsmen OUT.
jesus u really do hate boundaries and T20!ur living in the past im affraid, runs are the future