Ravi Shastri, Director of Cricket for the Indian team, during a media meet at the Mumbai Press Club. India's team director Ravi Shastri has agreed with former captain Rahul Dravid's views on not having too many bilateral One-Day International and T20 matches, saying there should be more emphasis on the World Cup for the limited-overs' formats of the game. "If you look at cricket per se, if you didn't have T20 cricket, I would say Test cricket will die. People ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
India's players look on during the presentation after losing the fifth Test at The Oval. Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters Former England captain Andrew Strauss has said the skewed distribution of power among the India-led big three in ICC can lead to a situation in future when the "rich will only get richer and the poor poorer". Following the revamp in International Cricket Council, India, England and Australia now effectively runs the game's apex body with the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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