If it's an Aus test match, then usually 15+
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I don't get it? You watch cricket when it's on Telly. lol unless you have a special Cricket channel which shows cricket all the time, and you have nothing else to do.
Yeah same Uppercut. I am looking forward to watching India-South Africa in December ball by ball from over 8 months now.
As much as I can. If I'm home and there's cricket being televised (anywhere) then I'm watching it, even if while doing something else at the same time. Don't really know how much I'd average a week.. reckon it's probably over 15 though.
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I cannot stand watching cricket matches taking place in the subcontinent (no matter who's playing), pathetic broadcasting, bad commentary, the grounds look like a horrible mess, and on top the flat pitches are just an overkill.
Well if there is Test Cricket on then it can be easily 40+ hours, but generally with English league and ODI's, it's around 20 hours...
Right now, not much (disappointed that the Aus-Pak series isn't on TV); in the summer, when NZ and Australia home games are on, not much else.
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