Dubai. International cricket is in danger from leagues like Pakistan Super League, Big Bash. The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) is concerned about the security of international cricket. He has appealed for immediate intervention to save international cricket. MCC says that amidst the busy schedule, it is getting influenced by the domestic league. Many new franchise leagues were entered including SLT20 and ILT20. Due to its excess, there is a lot of pressure on the FTP of ICC. This is affecting the number of matches of weak member countries. India, Australia and England, who are part of the Big Three, get the lion’s share of international tournaments, while smaller Test-playing nations like Afghanistan, Ireland and Zimbabwe do not get to play many matches against top teams due to the very busy FTP. read this also – The attack on the hands but Cameron Green hit a century, the meeting aimed at saving the champion international cricket after 5 wounds MCC said that the purpose of the meeting held in Dubai was to see that the small format franchise How international cricket can be saved amid a calendar full of leagues and what global cricket will look like in the next 10 years if given time to develop. In a statement issued on Friday, the MCC said the men’s cricket schedule in 2023 is packed with franchise tournaments, competing with the recently released ICC FTP till 2027. Clash between International and Franchise Cricket MCC further said that International and Franchise cricket are constantly clashing. This is not the case only during ICC tournaments. IPL is the only tournament among domestic tournaments when conflicts with international cricket can be avoided. The MCC further said that unlike the men’s programme, the ICC Women’s FTP program till 2025 is very clear and there is no conflict between international and domestic leagues. Former India captain and World Cricket Committee (WCC) member Sourav Ganguly said that try to strike the right balance between franchise and Test cricket. Also read – WPL 2023: Why Virat Kohli is God for the 20-year-old player?
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