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Wasim Akram suggests abolishing ODI cricket
Wasim Akram, a former captain of Pakistan and now a cricket analyst, said Wednesday that ODIs should be taken off the international schedule. During an interview with the Telegraph, Akram said on the “Vaughany and Tuffers Cricket Club” podcast, “Cricket officials should think about getting rid of 50-over matches.” As a commentator, one day of cricket is too long for me.”
“Yes, that’s what I mean. There are often full houses in England. In India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and South Africa, where one-day cricket is played, the stadiums will not be full. ” He said, “I think so” when asked if ODI cricket should be stopped. “They’re just going through the motions for the sake of going through the motions. “OK, just get a run or a boundary, four fielders in, and you’ll get to 200 or 220 in 40 overs,” is the mantra after the first 10 overs.
One hundred more. It’s just another day at work.” Wasim Akram also liked that Ben Stokes announced on Twitter on Monday that he was leaving 50-over cricket. “Because T20 games only last four hours, they are a little more forgiving. One-day cricket is on the way down. “Then he said something.