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it's clearly very manly. unlikei mean what the hell is that
Not really. England played the fourth and fifth tests in December end and Jan first week in 2010. Pakistan in 2009 played three tests with the first one starting on Boxing day. This is pretty much the normal schedule.because the bcci are ****s and instead of playing in December like normal teams they demand to play in January. #sadbutture
Nah, if Australia played India in December then there'd be a Sheffield Shield round in the lead up to the first test.Not really. England played the fourth and fifth tests in December end and Jan first week in 2010. Pakistan in 2009 played three tests with the first one starting on Boxing day. This is pretty much the normal schedule.
It doesnt make it BCCI's fault like you originally posted, since if the Big Bash was scheduled at the same time in the last two years, it would still have clashed almost entirely with the test season.Over the last 10-15 years, it's pretty much always the last test of the summer. See: Aggregate/overall records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPN Cricinfo
Admittedly in the last couple of 6 test summers there's been another test afterwards, but the last time we had a test this late in the summer was...well when India was here last. Tests on Aus day used to be the norm but that went on the window during the 90's. For whatever reason though when we seem to have brought them back for India.
So to a degree I feel for CA a tiny bit. It's a very, very long summer, ODers are still gonna be played in March so the bigbash was always gonna be scheduled at an awkward time if they went on with the reform....so i guess you could say "why do the reform this year?"