Hi all, a genuine query. We see all over the world that teams are too strong at home and weak away. Will not doing away with the toss and providing the option to bat or field first, to the visiting captain restore some balance?
No way. Home advantage is a good thing and winning key series away from home is huge thing and pretty awesome.
Also, did you know the last ICC sanctioned test match in Japan, which was played at the Fukushima Cricket Ground, was called off after the pitch mutated into a giant grass monster!? Fact.
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Yeah and in India the bowler has to run around a coconut tree and try to serenade the batsmen with a coordinated bollywood dance along with all the fielders to get him out.
And in Australia the bowler must deliver the ball while wearing thongs, without spilling a drop from the VB held in his left hand.
Had to give England a chance somehow
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According to a Japanese Cricket staff, 8-ball over Cricket was mainly played in Oceania. Is that true?
[QUOTE=Lokomotiv;3199909]According to a Japanese Cricket staff, 8-ball over Cricket was mainly played in Oceania. Is that true?[/QUOTE
Read this for the dates for when we stopped using 8 ball overs by country - Over (cricket) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It should answer all your questions and in the unlikely event that you have more questions about this topic please do NOT ask them.
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