The speed at which Test cricket is played makes for exhilarating viewing (in most cases). One day cricket has changed the way Test cricket is played, mostly for the better. The purists would still say that most of Test batsmen of the current generation do not know how to “bat time”.

Be that as it may, there is no denying that Test Cricket has become a whole lot more interesting with attacking batting, outstanding fielding skills, captains and teams more intent on achieving a result.

Phillip Derriman writes about the new tradition afoot and how it is benefitting Test cricket.

There’s a new tradition afoot, and Test cricket is benefiting (Sydney Morning Herald)



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