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Old July 9, 2009, 01:53 PM
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Originally Posted by RazabQ
They tried indoor cricket in Australia and Wales. The issue is so much of cricket is tied to weather. The Fremantle breeze aiding swing. The moisture from the see making the ball heavy. Ground water seeping in to make the pitch sticky. Hot sun causing pitch to crack. Bowling into the wind. Bowling with the wind. Shots going for 6 or being held up by the wind.

You lose all that with a covered field.
Loosing all that may be a good thing. All these weather issues can usually contribute an unfair advantage to one side over another, i.e when pitches are better suited for batting it would give the batting team an advantage. Taking all these issues out would result in an overall fairer game I think.
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