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AUGUST 16, 2014

Are slow over-rates really a problem?

Time should be considered wasted only when a bowling side tries to slow the game down for its own benefit
The advent of DRS has prolonged the average length of a match day, but even so over rates have stayed more or less constant over the last four decades or so © Getty Images
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JULY 06, 2014

Time to enforce Law 24

If umpires are allowed to judge every delivery on its merits, the problem of throwing can be solved
MARCH 24, 2014

Why T20 is a disfigured caricature of cricket

Scaling the contest down to 20 overs without changing the rules only leads to a grotesque imbalance between bat and ball
NOVEMBER 13, 2013

Why the new fielding restrictions in ODIs are a good idea

Bowlers who err go for boundaries and bowlers who are consistent challenge batsmen to take risks
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