One-day cricket is dying: Wasim Akram

“At the same time as a commentator… one-day cricket is only a drag now, particularly after T20. I can think about as a participant. 50 overs, 50 overs, then you must pre-game, post-game, the lunch recreation,” Akram mentioned on a BBC podcast.

“T20 is sort of simpler, (in) 4 hours the sport is over. The leagues all around the globe, there’s much more cash. I suppose that is half and parcel of recent cricket — T20 or Check cricket. One-day cricket is sort of dying.

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