50 Overs or 25-25 Cricket




Hello Members,
The format i am going to explain about One Day International i.e 50 overs cricket will definetly is going to help to gain a pace in the vanishing career of One Day International.

We can have 25-25 overs cricket instead of a full 50 over game.

This will go in a way of playing the format of Test Cricket in One Day Internationals.

In this each team has to play 50 overs each but that in a different fashion of Test Cricket.As there are two innings in a Test Cricket in he same way there will be two innings in One Day internationals also.

The first team will bat for 25 overs and then it will be the second team who will bat for their first 25 overs,and in the same way after that the teams will bat for the second innings in the One Day Internationals.

This format will definetly help 50 overs game to came one on one withthe People's Hot Favourite T-20 Cricket.

The sources for this format are from an Interview of Mr.Sachin Tendulkar the Master Blaster of World Cricket.


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Manish Jain
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