Should Cricket be Played Behind Closed Doors? – The Results

Hi all

After a few too many minutes frustration on my new laptop, I’ve managed to get the screenshot function… functioning, well, sort of!

As you can see from the graphic above, the voting has resulted in a 50/50 split. Honestly, there are so many factors to consider that an even share of the voting is understandable. I’d hazard a guess that some people who voted may have been a little 50/50 or at least 60/40 themselves. Everything from crowds, TV, revenue, keeping people at all levels in jobs and providing entertainment to people who’ve been starved of such, are things that need taking into consideration. To be honest, I can’t even remember which way I voted myself. Yes that’s right, I vote on my own polls!

Cricket is of course a non-contact sport though players can get close at times. They’re also chucking a ball (Hard surface) to each other. Could that potentially spread the virus? Players constantly need treatment (Physical contact) for aches and pains and most definetly require medical professionals on site and potential ambulance attendance for some of the rare but horrific injuries we’ve seen.

We should find out in the upcoming months if cricket is played behind closed doors or not.

Many thanks for voting and stay safe!

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