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The Twenty20 Cricket Is Going The Football Way Mahela Jayawardene

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The Twenty20 Cricket Is Going The Football Way Mahela Jayawardene

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The game is becoming shorter and shorter, with even T10 trying out. The number of people owning a team is increasing, private leagues are on the rise, and in the Indian Premier League, you have the Decision Review System and even midseason transfers this time. Is cricket, then, going the football’s way? Well, former Sri Lankan skipper and a current Mumbai Indians coach Mahela Jayawardene positively thinking so.

At MI’s pre-tournament conference here on Thursday, Jayawardene, when quizzed on the Indian Premier League’s evolution after a decade’s existence, which is offering an interesting take on where the franchise on T20 cricket is heading.

“It is going the football way that is like to transfer, the technology used and investing in younger players is always going to healthy for the international cricket.

If you see the Indian white ball team now, most of the players have come through the Indian Premier League. The international cricket always healthy. I don’t see any problem,” Jayawardene says.

It is saying, and statistics are proving, that the Test cricket is becoming more exciting after the arrival of One-day cricket. The 149-Test veteran feels that T20 cricket has now made the five-day format even more result-oriented.

“The skill levels of the players have to improve because of T20 cricket. See the Test cricket now that is 80 to 90 percent of Tests are result-orienting, which is always good, purely of the pace at which guys are scoring runs and the skills that the bowlers have to take the wickets. Matches have going to the fourth or fifth day, and then a result has emerged. All this healthy for the game,” he feels.

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Both Jayawardene and MI skipper captain Rohit Sharma is giving a thumbs-up to the introduction of the DRS and a mid-season football-style transfer window at this season of the Indian Premier League. The short transfer window will open midway through the campaign from match No 28 to 42 for uncapped players and that who have played no more than the two games till that stage of the league.

“This is the evolution of the franchise model going forward. It is a great option. It is quite a new to all the franchises to go through the season halfway and discuss the best we can address that,” says Jayawardene.

“The mid-season transfer window will give the teams an opportunity to see what they need in the squad and other teams will also looking at what the players are getting. It completely depends on the franchise if a situation comes when we need to get a player or give a player. It is adding even more value to the tournament,” says Rohit.

“DRS is a plus for the Indian Premier League. Mistakes happen DRS is a helping hand. It is pleasing. The International players know to handle it and it will a good learning experience for the younger players,” says Jayawardene.

Endorsing his coach’s view, Rohit says, “It is only good for the game and the tournament. You want right decisions to be making, and DRS will only help us to get that.”

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