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EXCLUSIVE: Ban switch-hits and spice-up pitches in ODI cricket, Ian Chappell says – Wide World of Sports

‘Blatantly unfair, it annoys the hell out of me’




Switch-hitting must be banned and pitches livened up to stop ODI matches turning into batting exhibitions, former Australian captain Ian Chappell says.
Australia made 4-389 to win the second one-dayer against India on Sunday at the SCG, with the tourists making 9-338 in reply. The Aussies hit 6-374 in Sydney last Friday in the series opener, against 8-308.
Batsmen have scored at will, with Australian champion Steve Smith twice reaching a century in 62 balls.
Meanwhile, the likes of Glenn Maxwell…

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