- The expansion of T20 associations has stressed.
- Cricket’s now swollen schedule, with new rivalries.
- United Arab Emirates and South Africa to start one year from now.
Kapil Dev, former India captain has approached cricket’s overseeing body (ICC) to do whatever it takes to safeguard.
The test and one-day worldwide arrangements in the midst of the worldwide development of worthwhile homegrown Twenty20 contests.
The exploring Indian Premier League is set to be given a drawn out window in the ICC’s next global schedule while England and Australia are likewise prone to get devoted openings for their homegrown establishment based associations.
The confined timetable has provoked a few players to stop designs, with England’s Ben Stokes stopping ODIs last month, while South Africa have dropped an ODI visit through Australia in January as it conflicted with the send off of their T20 association.
The ICC has placed the onus on part sheets to track down a harmony among homegrown and respective cricket to more readily deal with the responsibility of players however Dev said it has a “bigger responsibility” to deal with the game.
“It’s going the way as football in Europe,” Dev told the Sydney Morning Herald on Monday. “They don’t play against each country. It is once in four years (during the World Cup).
“Is this what we’re going to have, the World Cup and the rest of the time playing club (T20 franchise) cricket? Along these lines, will cricketers in the end be playing fundamentally the IPL or the Big Bash or something to that effect?
“The ICC have to put more time into that to see how they can ensure the survival of one-day cricket, test match cricket, not only club cricket,” added Dev, who lifted the World Cup as India captain in 1983.
CREDIT: BOL NEWS