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Major League Cricket (MLC) is an upcoming professional Twenty20 cricket league in the United States. It plans to begin to play in 2022.


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Probably not, since I don't watch baseball.

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 I have a suspicion that the USA are the reigning Olympic cricket champions.It never got played again.

I am a huge cricket fan and 20/20 is the second shortest form of the game.Adverts after every over will suit 


the Americans( but the breaks will be swift),a twenty minute interval.so lots of adverts ,and the game done in under three hours.

A five day test match in which no one might win is better but to answer your question-yes.I’ll watch it.

There are two tournaments being shown on British TV this week.

And this is the way cricket breaks into America,The expats from the West Indies and Asia will roll up.

Just find a period when when no major American sport is reaching it’s climax.And FanCode in India will probably ensure millions of overseas viewers.


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Naw, rather watch Baseball at times, which isn't much. Only Cricket match I ever watched bored me to death!

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Cricket is a slow game. Test cricket is played for 5 days. What type of match did you watch and between which teams? The T20 format is a faster game but still, it may take 3 hours to finish the game. Only the international matches between the top10 teams have good multiple camera angles and coverage. In other matches, only a single camera is used and doesn't look good to watch on TV.  I guess you would like to hit a cricket ball with a bat.
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No, but I would gladly travel to the UK or to India to watch a cricket game! :D  <3

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To watch Glamorgan of course..

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1888? Yes that is where I want to watch cricket, and among the daffodils too

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1888 is when the club was formed.

Fingers crossed that i am allowed to watch Glamorgan this year.More hopeful than i was.

Last year i had watch all my cricket on you tube and it will be the same for at least the first six weeks this Summer -if April can be called Summer!

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I hope you can go, SirFurry! 

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Watched it here and there but it really didn't interest me. Seems like roping cattle and stringing wire are all about I do now. 2021 and there are still rustlers!

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Cattle rustling in 2021?!

Some things never change. :O

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Where's Tom Horn when you need him??:D

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I would be curious to try it.  I'd rather see a game in person than on t.v. 8-)

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