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Cricket: It's over for 'overs' as ECB outline the Hundred's playing conditions


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My personal opinion:

Already England Cricket Board has changed many rules and regular cricketing terms, in order to try to bring in "new audience". But this seems not a good decision at all, rather it can create many confusion. It looks like that they're trying to making a new sport, by hybridising cricket and one/two more sports.

As for the duration though, 100 ball match is not way less than a T20 match, but is slightly less. So, it willl be interesting to see how far this goes and if it really becomes successful, with already many international players withdrawing from the league due to cramped cricket calendar and other reasons.

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