ODI Cricket Is Slowly Dying Because Of T20 Matches!

TeknikalRaman Cricket special

POSTED BY: Ranjeet Kumar PUBLISHED: July, 23rd 2022

According to Usman Khawaja, an Australian test opener, the ODI cricket is having a slow death.

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The reason why he thinks this way is because of the introduction of T20 matches and busy international schedule.

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their is already an argument in the cricket world about the 50 over matches, the England batsman Ben Strokes ...

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is going to retire from the ODI cricket at the age of 31, which is very young for retirement and s very shocking to cricket world.

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Khawaja made his debut in cricket in 2013 and had played for 40 matches for Australia.

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Due to more interesting t20 matches where fans are thrilled about the match, the 50 over match is dying for sure.

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