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Is the gentleman dying?

The Two Chucks - Jarrod Kimber and Sampson Collins - join Jayaditya Gupta and Nitin Sundar to talk about Test cricket in the IPL era, and their upcoming movie - 'Death of a Gentleman'

May 9, 2013

Posted by   on (May 12, 2013, 15:38 GMT)

With T20 and ODI being somewhat the same(limited overs, day night matches ) and with the absence of shear thrill in the ODI's as in T20, It is the future of the 50 over format we have to be afraid of.

Posted by coldcoffee123 on (May 9, 2013, 21:27 GMT)

Jarrod and Sampson discussion from 20:00 onwards is just what ICC needs to hear to revive Test cricket. Day/night tests is a brilliant idea. You start at 2pm and end at 9pm.

Posted by coldcoffee123 on (May 9, 2013, 16:41 GMT)

Yuvi was out, yet he stood his ground waiting for the umpire to make a call. That is why umpires do not trust a player's word. Bad luck Kallis.

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