To chase is to win in T20?

To chase is to win in T20 - unless the ball is moving dramatically sideways and/or the bounce is unreasonably low.

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To chase is to win in T20?

Indeed, the shorter the game, the lower the common denominator, the easier the chase.

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To chase is to win in T20?

Let's face it, if you know what you need and you adopt the philosophy that you will not be bowled out in the overs available, the mindset is pretty straightforward.

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To chase is to win in T20?

Arguably this edition of the T20 World Cup was a little too formulaic, probably because the ball didn't move sideways.

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To chase is to win in T20?

Players tend to work out the game quickly and did so here to good effect.

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To chase is to win in T20?

They have also had an edition and a half of the IPL to watch and learn about cricket in the UAE.

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To chase is to win in T20?

One concern that came from the many matches played daily over the past month is that the gap between good and not so good is increasing.

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To chase is to win in T20?

In a year's time, Australian conditions will tell us more about this. It needs watching, because cricket cannot do without a broad canvas of teams, players and approaches.

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To chase is to win in T20?

You can have all the formats in all the world but you need the quality and the width.

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