Wednesday 28 July 2010

Cricket in Leeds, cricket in Columbo

In Leeds last week, the ninth wicket of the Test fell in the 32nd over. Australia had scored 86. In Columbo, it's lunch on day four. The ninth wicket of the match has yet to fall. Both sides have batted. 1,119 runs have been scored from 292 overs.

They're all playing the same game, or at least that's the theory.

1 comment:

BottomOfThePyramid said...

Bowlers and batsmen alike appear to have tons against their name in the Colombo test. If they don't play it like a one-dayer tomorrow, there won't be a result and it will amount to nothing more than glorified batting practice again.