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The Ashes: Being prepared to lose to lose

Jon Harris-Bass is joined by George Dobell, Brydon Coverdale and Andrew McGlashan to dissect the Ashes, Clarke's captaincy, and light meters (42:23)

August 26, 2013

Posted by salazar555 on (August 26, 2013, 22:11 GMT)

Why not use a white ball in test cricket and never come off for bad light, just play test cricket with a white ball and only at stadiums with flood lights.

It's bad enough we don't see cricket when it's raining but bad light is no longer acceptable as a reason to go off. It's sport, it's entertainment, so get on with it

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