By Chris Stocks
THE ECB have insisted the data research that underpins their vision for The Hundred is “robust” despite the small sample size of many of the surveys taken to understand the potential audience for the new competition.
In one survey as few as 401 people were polled as the ECB set about making their case for a tournament that will radically change cricket in this country.
Much scepticism over The Hundred has been borne of the ECB’s lack of transparency since they announced it last year. Indeed, it was only this week – 14 months before the p...
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