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Adopt new format in ODI also, four innings of 25-25 overs

Adopt new format in ODI also, four innings of 25-25 overs

Legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar has said that to maintain the popularity of ODI cricket, a new format should also be introduced in it. According to Sachin, change is necessary to keep the audience interested in the game in the changing times. Also said that with the passage of time, if new interesting things will come in cricket, then this game will continue to move forward. According to Sachin, in the ODI format, now a team should have two innings of 25-25 overs instead of one innings of 50 overs and a break of 15 minutes should be kept between the total 4 innings of the match. Sachin said, ‘I have also suggested earlier that in this format, two innings of 25-25 overs are needed.

Sachin, change is necessary to keep the audience interested in the game in the changing times.

Adopt new format in ODI also, four innings of 25-25 overs
Adopt new format in ODI also, four innings of 25-25 overs

Sachin said that such new experiments can be done in one day. Sachin said, ‘Suppose a 50-over match is to be played between Team A and Team B. Team A won the toss and batted 25 overs. Now Team B will play their innings in 25 overs. Now team A will advance the game from the 26th over. Team B will then play the final innings of the match to set their target. If Team A gets out in the first 25 overs, then Team B will have 25 overs to break their target and then break and then the last 25 overs. Thus, many other experiments can be done. ‘The advantage would be that if there is a possibility of rain in the late evening, teams can make different strategies for their innings and the game can also result.

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