Ashwin said that you should adopt that wisdom, it will benefit everyone; Rohit made a big argument even before the World Cup

Playing ODI cricket or any white ball cricket in the Indian subcontinent is a big challenge at night especially for teams batting first. The floodlights ensured that most matches became day-night, meaning that the team bowling second under the lights would have to bowl under snow—actually snow. The reason is that the bowlers who burn the ball for the second time do not get the grip. Even if you get a big score while batting first, victory is not guaranteed.

With the 2023 ODI World Cup set to take place in India during the autumn months of October and November, it is a must for all teams. This may also affect spinners like Jadeja and Axar who are likely to be in India’s World Cup squad.

Speaking about this, captain Rohit Sharma echoed what his teammate Ravi Ashwin said. He added that he should think about continuing the match early to negate the snow factor. Ashwin suggested starting at 11.30 AM IST.

“Good idea. It is a right. You don’t want to compromise too much on the toss factor. You want to take it off completely. I like the idea of ​​an early start, but don’t know if that’s possible. The broadcasters will decide,” Rohit said ahead of the first ODI against New Zealand here on Wednesday.

“You don’t want to see teams take advantage of the ice. A team getting more advantage because of the snow will take away the shine of the World Cup.

Sports Desk

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