Talking Point - Is T20 a batsman's game? Cricket World TV
We have all become used to watching high-scoring Twenty20 games with sixes and fours hit with increasing regularity. But has the game gone too far in the batsmens' favour?
We asked a number of current county cricketers for their views - from batsmen to bowlers and all-rounders.
Watch the clips below to find out what the professionals think then give us your view by voting in our poll and leaving a comment at the bottom of the page.
While some are quick to agree that Twenty20 cricket is indeed a batsman's game, others are quick to turn the question on its head, arguing that in the modern game, bowlers going at eight runs or less per over are doing a good job.
Peter Handscomb (Gloucestershire) - there's still something there for the bowlers
Alex Hales (Nottinghamshire) - the bowlers always adapt
Jacques Rudolph (Glamorgan) - bowlers have to take the initiative and be creative; evolution is good for the game
George Dockrell (Somerset) - It's tough; as a spinner seven or eight runs an over is alright
John Simpson (Middlesex) - It's become a batsman's game but bowlers are adapting very well
James Burke (Surrey) - People come to see sixes and fours, the game is definitely batsman-orientated
Steven Croft (Lancashire) - The challenge for bowlers depends on the ground
Jack Brooks (Yorkshire) - definitely a batsman's game; as bowlers we try to minimise the damage
James Vince (Hampshire) - T20 not ideal for bowlers but batsman attacking gives them a chance
Chris Woakes (Warwickshire) - If you concede less than eight per over, you've done a fantastic job as batsmen are looking to go from ball one...it's a difficult job but an exciting one.
So now you've seen what the professionals think - what about your own view?
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