Sports desk Last week the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) decided to print a scorecard of 500 runs Just imagine, from 1975 to 2003 World Cup, 300 runs in the innings were barely made. But in these 16 years, cricket bent towards the batters! These changes came in Australia-South Africa Johannesburg in 2006, in which Africa chased the target of 434 runs from Australia.
There were 2 changes from that match Scorecards began to become 400 runs and the teams realized that any goal could be achieved. Since then, Africa has scored 400+ most of the time 6 times. India 5 times and England 4 times. Broadcasters also want the matches to go so long that they can recover their money.