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Monday, March 27, 2006

The age of batting

A discussion's just begun on Wicket to Wicket on how the balance between bat and ball has shifted in cricket, whether we should be doing anything about it, and if so, what can be done. My introduction post is here, and Bob Woolmer takes first strike here. Tomorrow: Gideon Haigh.

Also, the Pioneer asked me to do a piece for this Sunday on whether Greg Chappell should go or stay. Debraj Mookerjee asserted that he should go, and I was asked to argue otherwise. Here's Debraj's piece, and here's mine.
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