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अगले एफटीपी में देश अब भी काफी संख्या में वनडे शामिल कर रहे हैं: आईसीसी सीईओ अलार्डिस

Cricket greats like Wasim Akram and Ravi Shastri have been very supportive of domestic T20 leagues, which are rapidly expanding and taking the place of ODIs, but Allardyce feels there is no need to panic. Clarifying that the situation is not that worrisome, he said, “In the next FTP (2023-27), countries are adding a lot of ODIs, so in the FTP, you won’t see any big change in the number of ODIs. ,

New Delhi, July 27. The future of the 50-over format in world cricket remains a matter of controversy, but International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive officer (CEO) Geoff Allardyce sees no significant decline in interest in the format as the next Future Tour Program (FTP) A major number of ODIs are included in the cycle.

Cricket greats like Wasim Akram and Ravi Shastri have been very supportive of domestic T20 leagues, which are rapidly expanding and taking the place of ODIs, but Allardyce feels there is no need to panic. Clarifying that the situation is not that worrisome, he said, “In the next FTP (2023-27), countries are adding a lot of ODIs, so in the FTP, you won’t see any big change in the number of ODIs. ,

Speaking to reporters at a virtual media conference here, he said, “We talked about the relevance of ODIs to the structure of the game and how they are being included in the FTP. The ICC chief executive said, “Countries and fans from different countries have their own preferences regarding the format. I think there were some discussions at this point which were not specifically about ODIs but about the mix of formats in the calendar. ,

Recently, Indian captain Rohit Sharma talked about how popular the ODI tri-series used to be in the 90s, but it died out completely in the early 2000s, when many bilateral series were played instead. Allardyce said: “Scheduling square series is not available to members, but triangulation series can be. But making them is not an easy task at the moment, it is not easy to feed many countries in one place while also having calendar commitments. So as easy as it was before, now it’s not so easy to include it in FTP. ,

Allardyce admitted that a large number of member nations put more emphasis on their domestic T20 leagues, but it is important for cricket to find a balance and it is in the hands of each country not to let the players tire. “Some countries put more emphasis on their domestic leagues. But at the same time, he said, these countries have shown their strong commitment to international cricket. “I think in the last few days we have seen a strong commitment to international cricket. But members must find a balance between domestic competition, international events and managing their players. Allardyce said: “Every country has a different situation and the same method will not work for everyone.

Domestic leagues have come into vogue, but each member must strike a balance in different ways. This is the first time that the ICC will have an FTP for women. ICC’s FTP program has received approval from the Chief Executive Committee and the schedule for the next five years will be out in a few days. “For the first time, we have developed a long-term plan for the Women’s FTP to give broadcasters, sponsors and fans certainty about who is playing at what time of year,” Allardyce said. Now you get a strong calendar of women’s international cricket.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from the PTI language feed.



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