TESTS AND T20 ENOUGH FOR CRICKET,NO NEED OF ODIS what do u think?

India
May 21, 2010 8:16am CST
I think ODIs are becoming bore some .We have T20 cricket for fast and entertainment,and Tests for the real cricket lovers. ODI format which consumes a long one day is no more entertaining.After so many changes like power plays and ball changes after 34 overs also not helping i think. at this juncture what do u think?Are TESTS AND T20 ENOUGH FOR CRICKET,NO NEED OF ODIS!!
2 responses
@pratik87 (1928)
• India
24 May 10
can anything replace the popularity of the 50 over world cup. it will be a much bigger success than the t20 world cup in west indies as it is taking place in india. many innovations like the super sub have failed but the latest power play rule has worked favourably.
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• India
24 May 10
The latest power play rule is helping the team chasing more than the team batting first. 50 over cricket was famous but I think it is losing its prominence after the advent of the T20. In India subcontinent the world cup would surely be a run feast.
@pratik87 (1928)
• India
24 May 10
if you look at statistics i do not think it is helping anyone in bating since most of the times wickets are falling during the final power play so it is assisting bowlers more than batsmen. at least something is in favor of the bowlers even though it was introduced for the benefit of batsmen. in case of chasing there is definitely an advantage with the power play in hand but that too works only when there are wickets in hand.
@wahsher (175)
• India
21 May 10
No, I believe that ODIS are equally famous as T20 and more than Test Cricket. I think ODIs should remain as it is.........
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• India
21 May 10
They were famous but I think they are slowly losing their glory.so i think T20 format is enough,in the place of ODIs.And tests for the good cricketers. even if ODIs should remain there should be some changes for sure.