It’s a New Year in cricket, so that can mean only one thing: new rules for one-day internationals.
The ODI is a curious beast – it lacks the depth of Test cricket, and it does not possess the dynamism and pace of T20.
In a calendar that is bursting at the seams, it’s the format that has the least powerful compelling reasons to continue. The argument that it makes a stack of advertising rupees in India is not, despite certain influential voices to the contrary, a particularly good one.
So what’s the answer? Give the format a little tweak. Not a Shane Warne-esque rip, not a even a GraemeRead More »from ODI rules for fools