What am saying is the 100 already scored by them had no relevance in determining the 80odd revised Target, which was the point I was contesting in the other thread. Ie, Wi's score of 30odd had no role in determining the 60 they were set off 6.
Well the entire Caribbean including Guyana has been experiencing a drought.The drought in Guyana continued until the T20 competition actually began. Go figure. If you want rain in Guyana put three sticks in the ground for international cricket.Works like a charm most of the time.
Yeah there's bad luck involved but these competitions get planned months in advance and there's an obvious risk that Guyana in the rainy season is likely to be, well, rainy
Maybe scrap D/L for use in T20's full stop? Play it like tennis in Wimbeldon, if there's a rain break, keep trying to play the full overs and if you can't, play the rest tomorrow. It's a 3-hour game, much like your average 5-setter so it's a possibility.
ICC has to act upon this rain in T20 nonsense. Ireland was robbed today. It's only a matter of time before a big powerhouse like Australia or India get knocked out of a tournament due to these stupid rain rules and then ICC will have to scramble and do damage control. Why don't they get ahead of the problem? They are either super lazy or just don't care.
As I posted in the other thread T20 matches should be played on artificial pitches allowing the game to continue during rain. It would be exciting to watch a match played in pouring rain
they have to change the min overs to 10
Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.
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