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Tue Mar 24, 2009 10:53 am  

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Logically South Africa makes more sense. The weather, dry wickets, the availability of the grounds, the time difference. It should be a relatively easy decision. So England it is.
Tue Mar 24, 2009 11:49 am  

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Logically South Africa makes more sense. The weather, dry wickets, the availability of the grounds, the time difference. It should be a relatively easy decision. So England it is.



Once the clocks go forward at the weekend South Africa are only one hour ahead of the UK so time difference will not be a factor. Think its been decided on the weather and going to South Africa,
Tue Mar 24, 2009 12:12 pm  

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SKY wont like it, and seeing as though SKY are the only serious broadcaster the ECB has on its books, they would be daft to risk that relationship at the moment.


I think that could be a key factor, as Sky have exclusive rights to live cricket in England, yet Setanta have the contract to cover the IPL. Once again, the situation in South Africa is easier, with the same broadcaster having rights to both domestic and IPL stuff.
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Tue Mar 24, 2009 1:23 pm  

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what about SA . NZ :wink:
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Tue Mar 24, 2009 1:27 pm  

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Lord_Percy wrote:
I think that could be a key factor, as Sky have exclusive rights to live cricket in England, yet Setanta have the contract to cover the IPL. Once again, the situation in South Africa is easier, with the same broadcaster having rights to both domestic and IPL stuff.


would probably make sense on many levels for Setanta to try and do some sort of deal with Sky.
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yes sa it is :wink:
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