Twenty20 revolution hits trouble with city-based revamp set to be delayed until 2020 after concern from counties



English cricket’s Twenty20 revolution will be put on hold when the ECB are forced to delay their new city-based competition until 2020.
A meeting at Lord’s is set to veto plans to introduce the eight-team tournament as soon as 2018, with dissenting counties yet to be convinced of the viability of England’s answer to Australia’s Big Bash.
ECB powerbrokers Colin Graves and Tom Harrison, who have staked their reputations on forcing through the new competition, gained a 16-3 vote of the counties and MCC in favour of their plans last month.
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17 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail
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