BRENDAN O'BRIEN: Cricket on a sticky wicket in popularity contest

Last week, with Australia having scored 138 runs for the loss of two wickets on the first day of the second Ashes test at the Adelaide Oval, four of the game’s most respected minds and former practitioners stood on the pitch and debated what hope, if any, there was for the future of Test cricket.

England's Joe Root during day five of the Ashes Test match at the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide.

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