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MCC bats for Test cricket to remain five-day despite 'some benefits' in four-day games

Mid-Day Wednesday, 15 January 2020
*London:* Custodians of cricket laws, the MCC, on Tuesday said Tests should continue to be a five-day affair though it sees "some benefits" in the ICC's proposal to trim the longest format to four days. The ICC is all set to discuss the four-day Test proposal during its cricket committee meeting in March.

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