World Cup-winning skipper Kapil Dev said the ICC ought to hope to protect ODI and Test cricket too, and not simply establishment associations.
With T20 associations extending all over the planet, there is by all accounts a reasonable significant change in the manner cricket contests will be held in future. To add to the rundown of competitions like the Indian Premier League, the Pakistan Super League and the Big Bash League, presently UAE and South Africa also are beginning their own T20 cricket associations. With so many establishment associations all over the planet, a large portion of which have created tremendous business interest, a few specialists have anticipated that cricket may be going the football way where players take part in club contests for most piece of the year.
India’s 1983 World Cup-winning chief Kapil Dev feels that the money being produced by establishment T20 associations ought to be used to moderate Test cricket.
I believe it’s becoming dim,” Dev told the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. “The ICC has a greater obligation how to deal with this game. It’s going the way as football in Europe. They don’t play against every country. It is once in four years (during the World Cup). This we will have, the World Cup and the remainder of the time playing club cricket?”
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Dev added that it is ICC’s liability to ‘guarantee the endurance’ of Tests and ODIs. “Likewise, will cricketers at last be playing essentially the IPL or the Big Bash or something to that effect? So the ICC need to focus on that to perceive how they can guarantee the endurance of one-day cricket, Test match cricket, not just club cricket,” he said.
Club cricket is OK for some time. The Big Bash is OK. However, the South African association is coming, the UAE association is coming. In the event that every one of the nations will play the club cricket, global cricket will be just for the World Cup.”