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Scyld Berry, writing in the Telegraph on Sunday, makes a case for doing against back-to-back Ashes series.
Commercial greed is no justification for tampering with a schedule which has been sanctified by tradition for the simple reason that a four-year cycle is appropriate for the Ashes. Outside exceptional circumstances like wartime, administrators have no more right to change this cycle than to stage the Olympics every three years.
In the same newspaper, Steve James argues an England defeat in the one-day series against India, in the event it happens, will not have long-term implications.
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