Former Australian cricketer Brad Hogg thinks viewers are starving and wants to see competitive cricket as soon as the pandemic ends. Also read – ‘It Doesn’t Work’: Michael Holds the ICC World Test Championship Points System
He has proposed the abolition of the World Test Championship and has the Ashes and India-Pakistan series. He also said the pandemic had opened the door for the rebirth of cricket. Also read – Used to Feel Sorry For India, Seeing Fear on Their Captain’s Face: Imran Khan
“The pandemic has opened the door for the rebirth of cricket. Viewers are starving and they want to see some competitive cricket, so stop the World Test Championship for a while and get a series that will really spark interest in cricket around the world, “Hogg said on his official YouTube channel. Also read – ‘If I See It Again, It Will Still Be Relieved’: Ian Gould Reflects BBLR’s Sachin Tendulkar Against Pakistan During 2011 WC S / F
“India’s first memo this summer was against Australia’s five-match series and having Ashes play instead,” he said.
“But where does it leave India? They will be against Pakistan in the four-match Test series, with two matches in India and two in Pakistan, over the Christmas period. We haven’t seen it for a while and the public is starving for it,” he advised.
He also shows a contest between Virat Kohli and Babar Azam and other mini battles that will gather a lot of people and interests.
“There are a lot of reasons for that. First, [Virat] Kohli and Babar Azam, who is the best of both? Well, that will be proven in this series, “he said.
“So you have (Jasprit) Bumrah against (Shaheen Shah) Afridi, which means a quality bowling attack and then the spinners, Ravichandran (Ashwin) against (Yasir) Shah and all in Asian conditions. Brilliant items, let’s have it! he concluded.
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