If it's an Aus test match, then usually 15+
Originally Posted by Peter Mooresforever 63*
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.
Depends. In the English summer, anything between ten and thirty, depending on work. Outside of that, dunno, less?
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