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VIDEO: The CRICKETher Weekly Vodcast – Episode 81

VIDEO: The CRICKETher Weekly Vodcast – Episode 81

Not every country might want to do women’s tests over five days, but surely England and Australia would be two countries where the cricket boards and broadcasters would be OK with this? Some people are pushing for two four day Tests in bilateral series, but surely that’s just highly likely to give you two draws, and five days of women’s Test cricket in a year rather than eight might be an easier sell? Then we’d also have a much higher chance of a positive result. For the record, men’s tests don’t have to be five days either, and there have been some recent examples of four-day Tests.


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