December 7, 2023

Why the ODI needs this World Cup

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The 50-over format of cricket is facing challenges in the T20-dominated ecosystem. However, during the World Cup, it regains its popularity, especially with the highly anticipated India-Pakistan matches. The administrators can temporarily set aside the concerns about the format’s decline. Over time, ODIs have evolved into a longer version of T20, with higher batting strike rates and limited captaincy options.

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