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Published on March 13, 2015 with No Comments

Michael Atherton has that his country’s cricket needs a “world-class Twenty20 tournament“, to make them a strong contender in the limited-overs format. England on Monday slumped to fourth loss in five matches in Pool A of the ongoing World Cup. They lost to Bangladesh by 15 runs in a crcial clash. They earlier had suffered taming defeats against Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka.He said part of the development of the next generation is a willingness to promote young players to international cricket faster than England have in the past. “Twenty20 is the key to developing the next batch of 50-over cricketers because most countries are playing at that tempo now, albeit stretched over a longer period of time,“ Atherton said in a column.


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