Twenty20’s here to stay. Some people seem to find it sickening because crowds turn up and cheer and it’s exciting, but it’s still cricket and the best players still come out on top. Don’t listen to anyone who tells you it’s all about luck. They’re talking arse.

The format

Twenty20 – a hit not a giggle

Why it’s skill not luck that decides Twenty20 cricket matches

Why Twenty20 cricket is not a lottery

The team

How Twenty20 could save the art of wicketkeeping

Why opening batsmen are arguably the most important players…

… but why it’s also a team game

The approach

Making mistakes versus taking risks

Cow corner cricket – when the format becomes one-dimensional

The changing world

How Twenty20 commentary often does the format a disservice

Twenty20 physiques and Test physiques


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