ICC must ban Hambantota wicket for limited over games

I am constrained to say that the Hambantota wicket was not suited to such type of games and needed to be banned for future contests. ICC as a regulatory body for international cricket, has to have a deep, deep look whether such wickets can be allowed for matches that are actually meant to provide...


Anonymous's picture

just like the indians, there are pakistan fans who hasn't got any brains

Sakala Bujang's picture
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Hambantota was fine during the world cup. This article is pure rubbish, the batsmen chose the wrong shots.

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The point is if you have every game where the wicket is dead and flat I am not sure if that's much fun. Its good to have wickets that are different, it adds color to the game. Having said that the concern is that could the Hambanthota staduim host a test match with this low difficult wicket.

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