Shane Warne's brand new formula to make Test Cricket more exciting

Shane Warne congratulates England and India on a terrific Test series.

Shane Warne congratulates England after winning Test series against India | Getty Images

Australian spin legend Shane Warne has revealed his formula, on Wednesday (September 12) on how the traditional format of the game –Test cricket can be made more exciting in the emergence of T20 cricket in the modern era following the conclusion of the Test series between England and India. 

Warne further went on to suggest that the curators across the world should make pitches that are suitable for seamers early in the match and assist the spinners later on, as well as, advised them to make the conditions tough to bat in a bid to make the Red-ball game even more exciting.

He also suggested to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to make it compulsory for all countries to use only the Dukes ball in the Test cricket.

Following the exciting Test series in England, Warner went on his official social media handle to suggest the same, as well as, congratulate Joe Root and Co. for their success against India. He also congratulated Alastair Cook on an outstanding career, as well as, James Anderson for overtaking Glenn McGrath’s record, became most successful Test fast-bowler in the world.

He wrote on Twitter, “Congrats to England & India on a terrific series of test cricket & the curators for producing wonderful pitches too. Well done to Cooky on an outstanding career of determination, stubbornness courage & all done with class. Lastly, to Jimmy who overtook my great mate Pigeon-️????”

Warne’s another post reads, “Message to all curators around the world-make pitches that seam at the start of a test match then spin-make conditions tough to bat-this makes for exciting cricket & lastly to the ICC, please make all countries use duke balls for all red ball cricket (I’ve said this for 3 yrs)”

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By Rashmi Nanda - 12 Sep, 2018

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