85: Game Time: Test cricket's back but does it really need a live audience?
International cricket made a comeback amidst the pandemic with the test series between England and West Indies. The series took place under a 'biosecure bubble’ and turned out to be a fascinating affair with West Indies recording an emphatic four-wicket win over England in the first Test of the three-match series. The event, like so many others, took place without a live audience. In this episode, Gaurav and Mihir talk about West Indies’ win, the conditions under which the match took place and whether a live audience ends up helping or hurting the player's performance and the viewing experience.
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