Will T20 clean sweep other formats of Cricket in future?
AbstractEnthralling experience of the newest format of cricket coupled with the possibility of making it to the prestigious Olympic spectacle, T20 cricket will be the most important cricket format in times to come. The findings of this paper confirmed that comparatively test cricket is boring to tag along as it is spread over five days and one-days could be followed but on weekends, however, T20 cricket matches, which are normally played after working hours and school time in floodlights is more attractive for a larger audience. In addition it was known that the interest of the sponsors is directly proportional to the interest of the masses, which will also bring more shine to the T20 format in times to come.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 45144.
Date of creation: 2012
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Publication status: Published in European Journal of Scientific Research (EJSR) 1.86(2012): pp. 98-102
T20 Cricket; Cricket in Olympic games; Future of Cricket;
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