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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

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Michael Wagener

I loved the concept. I hope that a lot of teams play them as warm-up games to series.

wilo

Yep, I think this has been a good experiment. I'd be in favour of three- (or preferably four-) day games against individual associate nations in the run-up to Test series too. We often see that in ODIs, but rarely in the longer format.

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