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    May 24, 2005

    The madness of Afridi and one-day cricket reforms

    Kamran Abbasi reveals that he switches off from the cricket when Afridi gets out. This means he also obviously is a fan of Sehwag. Osman Samiuddin writes about Afridi's bowling, which has really improved of late.

    Rahul Bhatia is in favour of the new proposals to make one-dayers more interesting. One of my other gripes with the suggestions is that the option of increasing the maximum overs a bowler could bowl was perhaps not even considered. It would certainly go a decent way in levelling things out between batsmen and bowlers. There're no restrictions on the number of overs a batsman can play. So why should bowlers be restricted?

    Thus spake Jagadish @ 4:15 PM |
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    yeah, one extra over for one wicket might even out things better

    By Blogger Ganesh (24-May-2005, 4:43:00 PM)  

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