2022 T20I World Cup in Australia 🇦🇺

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franco vazquez
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Re: 2022 T20I World Cup in Australia 🇦🇺

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There's still enough time to churn out a few gems like Curran, Evans, Odendaal.

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Re: 2022 T20I World Cup in Australia 🇦🇺

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2021 and 2022 T20 World cups and 2023 ODI WC are crucial for the World of cricket and probably for the survival of countries outside of the Big 3.

In my opinion, the only way Big 3 dominance can end is if other countries can consistently step up and beat them, as of now only NZL are capable of doing it. Considering it is such a small nation, it speaks a lot about their system and structure.

If India, England and Australia end up winning these 3 world cups, then honestly their dominance will only grow, they will continue to just play each other without caring for the rest of the world. They are already talking about sharing the hosting rights on a rotation basis for each WC that happens after 2023 (having already hosted the last 3), the FTP will be heavily biased with teams outside of top 6 or 7 completely ignored. IPL from next yr will be a 10 team event with an even bigger window and more players will skip national duties to play this money league. Big bash and "The hundred" will further spoil international cricket and it's importance.

I'm and Indian and love to see India winning, but i do not like the way BCCI, ECB and CA are destroying cricket. Just makes me sad.

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Re: 2022 T20I World Cup in Australia 🇦🇺

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nz have shown the way for other teams to follow.i think South africa still have time to rectify their mistakes in selection policy as they have some terrific players not geiing chance to represent their country.afg people are really passionate about cricket and their team in recent past proved that they can bring down big guns in the game.

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Re: 2022 T20I World Cup in Australia 🇦🇺

Post by sloandog »

Realistically, the names we should be looking at for future reference Nick Welch, Muyeye, Evans, Matigmu and potentially Ben Curran (as an outsider). Even considering Tom Curran, Sam Curran, Ed Byrom or Gary Balance is pure stupidity.

Zimco
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Re: 2022 T20I World Cup in Australia 🇦🇺

Post by Zimco »

sam_ahm wrote:
Fri Mar 26, 2021 1:14 pm
2021 and 2022 T20 World cups and 2023 ODI WC are crucial for the World of cricket and probably for the survival of countries outside of the Big 3.

In my opinion, the only way Big 3 dominance can end is if other countries can consistently step up and beat them, as of now only NZL are capable of doing it. Considering it is such a small nation, it speaks a lot about their system and structure.

If India, England and Australia end up winning these 3 world cups, then honestly their dominance will only grow, they will continue to just play each other without caring for the rest of the world. They are already talking about sharing the hosting rights on a rotation basis for each WC that happens after 2023 (having already hosted the last 3), the FTP will be heavily biased with teams outside of top 6 or 7 completely ignored. IPL from next yr will be a 10 team event with an even bigger window and more players will skip national duties to play this money league. Big bash and "The hundred" will further spoil international cricket and it's importance.

I'm and Indian and love to see India winning, but i do not like the way BCCI, ECB and CA are destroying cricket. Just makes me sad.
Cricket could well go the way of football, lots of T20 leagues an odi and T20 world cup and a few matches bilateral matches/series between the big 3

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