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Our survey on franchises and changes to English cricket closes today – make sure you have YOUR say!

Viva smallToday is the final day to have your say in our exclusive survey of Somerset fans as the ECB begins its wide-ranging review of English cricket.

The Incider survey set out to gauge your views on the domestic game and the hotly-debated move to T20 franchises.

We’ve had an excellent response so far, but want to make sure we capture the views of as many Somerset fans as possible, so please make sure you have your say before the survey closes at midnight tonight (Tuesday).

The big question: is the county game competitive and fit for purpose or long overdue for change and at least partly responsible for England’s early exit from the World Cup?

When we launched the survey, we explored that question, the options being considered by the ECB and the possible implications for Somerset and other counties without a Test Match ground. You can read that exclusive feature here:https://www.thein-cider.co.uk/viva-la-franchise/#more-2255

But now it’s time for YOU to have your say. You can complete our simple survey by clicking on this link:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SZF6Q5H

All responses are anonymous and we won’t ask for names or any other personal information – just your views.

Many of you have taken the time to not only vote in the survey but give some very thoughtful, considered suggestions in the free text boxes. They make fascinating reading and show just how much people care about county cricket.

A big thank you from The Incider team for all your responses.

If you’d also like to contribute to the debate by writing a blog on franchises or any other aspect of the ECB review, please get in touch with us at info@thein-cider.co.uk. We’d love to hear from you.

Once all the survey results are in, we’ll post them in full on The Incider. And if we get a large response, we’ll share the results with the ECB to let them know how you, the fans of Somerset cricket, feel about the future of our domestic game.