Is new T10 league bad for cricket?
A new 10-over-a-side form of cricket has split the cricket world up the middle.
The T10 League, being played in the UAE, has features 29 games over 12 days, each of which is completed in under two hours.
Huge totals have already been hit, including Mohammad Shahzad’s innings of 74 not out off just 16 balls.
While the game is already attracting huge audiences and sponsorship funds, is the rise of a new shortest form of the game actually good for the longevity of the sport?
Should there be more T10 cricket played around the world, or are we better off without it? Have your say here.
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