Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc after bowling a delivery during the 2015 World Cup semi-final match against India in Sydney. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images. Australia's spin legend Shane Warne has called for changes to all formats of cricket in order to bring about a better balance between bat and ball and sustain the interest of fans. He believes that One-Day Internationals needs one major change: scraping the maximum 10-over rule per bowler and allowing them to bowl unlimited ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
- 'There should be no interference at all with the pitch during a day's play. There’s so much sweeping and grooming going on these days, it’s like we’re in a barbershop.' - 'It’s hard to believe the number of decisions that are decided by a cat’s whisker. A millimetre here or there and, suddenly, if you get it wrong, you lose a review. That’s ludicrous.' A groundsman sweeps the pitch during the second Ashes Test between England and Australia at Lord's ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
“Sachin and Warne dropped in at the ICC headquarters this morning and met the ICC CEO Dave Richardson to share their planning and blueprint for the league that they are planning to float,” an ICC Spokesperson said. However, the official clarified ...Jagran Post, 4 weeks ago Tendulkar, Warne share Legends T20 blueprint with ICC CEO Richardson Jagran Post, 4 weeks ago
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