Does anyone agree that in First Class matches players often don't score quickly enough? Often if a player gets a century it is off 200+ balls, with a strike rate of less than 50%. This happens even with attacking batsman on 4 bars aggression.
In FC cricket, centuries are often off between 120 and 160 balls. This seemed OK for icc2002, but scoring in cricket has sped up since then. It seems scoring rates are set to a suitable level for test matches, but they don't really fit in for FC matches.
It often takes 30 or more balls to get the first 10 runs, which makes sense on defensive settings, but If I try to attack more from the outset the batsmen gets out. Struggling to score more than 320 runs in a day makes draws happen more often than wins or loses.