HEADLINE: Inability to adapts hurting CPL and West Indies batsmen - claims Pollard

link CaribbeanCricket.com Joined: Mar 5, 2003
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9/10/20, 9:23:20 AM 

Trinbago Knight Riders and West Indies captain Kieron Pollard has identified an inability to adapt to different conditions as one that not only plagued teams throughout the Caribbean Premier League season (CPL) but negatively impacts the regional team as well.

The CPL season was characterized by a spate of low scores, with many fingers pointing towards an unsatisfactory surface for T20 batsman to ply their trade. In fact, the average score per innings score fell around 20 runs from last season’s average of around 151, compared to this season’s average of 122.

“That is something that is not only harming is in CPL but harming us in international cricket as well.  We can’t complain about the pitches all the time and we are not changing as individuals,” he added.

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link rhatid Joined: Jun 19, 2013
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9/10/20, 11:17:14 PM 
In reply to CaribbeanCricket.com
The pitch is one thing, but how about the substandard umpiring? They destroy the quality of games too.

link dayne Joined: May 28, 2007
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9/11/20, 6:43:54 AM 
Judging from the just completed England tour it is a WI problem with all their batsmen, the failure to adjust.Also when things get back to normal the WICB should give the umpires technical help

link Maispwi Joined: Feb 3, 2003
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9/11/20, 6:27:02 PM 
Pouty is absolutely correct. Dere were too many questionable decisions taken by batsmen.

You cyah tell me dat a player who scored 500 or so runs last CPL playing regular cricket shots turn up swiping dis year or a player get drop and play de same shot and get caught next ball

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