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Former India spinner says not Test, ODI cricket looks uncertain

Former India spinner Pragyan Ojha stated that the future of One Day International (ODI) looks a bit uncertain vis-a-vis Test cricket.

Ojha’s comments came after England all-round Ben Stokes announced that he will retire from ODIs following Tuesday’s match against South Africa. England and South Africa will lock horns in an ODI series which gets underway from Tuesday.

According to ECB, Stokes has played 104 ODI matches and is set to end his international career in the one-day format on his home ground at the Seat Unique Riverside.

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We were worried about TEST cricket’s future but the future of ODIs looks uncertain! In future we may see many crickets preferring to move away from this format,” said Ojha.

Talking about Stokes, the 31-year-old’s ODI career will forever be remembered for his Player-of-the-Match performance in the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup final at Lord’s. Stokes’ unbeaten 84 helped to send the match into a Super Over as England claimed their first ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup title in the most thrilling of circumstances.

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