England head coach Chris Silverwood has stated the workforce is prepared for an early begin time for this week’s third Check towards Pakistan to restrict the variety of overs misplaced to unhealthy gentle and rain.
Solely 134.3 overs of play was doable within the drawn second Check on the Ageas Bowl resulting from poor climate because the match resulted in a draw. England lead the three-match collection 1-0 as they gained the primary Check.
“In my view it can most likely be a good suggestion,” Silverwood was quoted as saying by Sky Sports activities.
“I do know there’s chat round it so we’ll simply wait to see what they (the ECB) come again with. However there can be no complaints from us ought to it occur. We’re all right here anyway. It isn’t like all of us are travelling so it would not be very laborious to make it occur.
“If there have been spectators in, you’d really feel for them as nicely – the sense of frustration that you just get when folks have paid cash to go and watch cricket. If it bought on the market that we had been beginning half-an-hour earlier then folks would most likely make an effort to get in half-an-hour earlier,” he stated.
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