ECB not changing India Test series schedule to accommodate IPL a missed opportunity: Mark Butcher

Former opener Mark Butcher has influenced the English Board to secure the best Indian players in the “Hundred” tournament, so the ECB has a series of test schedules to accommodate the remaining IPL games of BCCI. I think you should agree to the request to change. The Indian Commission has informally request that the five-game test series between India and the United Kingdom be chang from August 4th to accommodate the remaining 31 IPL games. But England did not get a favorable response from Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Well, listen. I take a deep breath here. … the same is true for countries.

Butcher’s statement:

Butcher recently said that he missed a huge opportunity on the Wisden Cricket Weekly podcast. Butcher said that accepting this request would have influenced the ECB to allow the best Indian cricketers like Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni to participate in the “The Hundred” tournament. This is the ECB’s flagship project. “… the ECB absolutely works to make this (back) job. They do so. They walked home to The Hundred, but every turn, more power is that. I don’t want this to happen, “said Butcher, 48, who conducted 71 tests in the UK between 1997 and 1997.

“So I had the opportunity to say,” Good, I’ll bite the bullet … “. If our favorite person Kohli, Dhoni registered for 3 years for operation at The Hundred from 2022 is to do this for BCCI. ” The first edition of “The Hundred,” a 100-view tournament involving eight male and female teams, was scheduled for last year but has been postponed due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Butcher said, “And for the first time leveraged. They have what they need.

Obviously BCCI will lose a lot of money if they don’t get an IPL from the window. “Butcher said. It also has an amazing sight of ending the IPL for British cricket or on demand. And use that lever to get what you really need. So I think I have a chance to miss it. ” IPL shut down earlier this month after multiple COVID-19 cases were reported inside the biobubble. According to BCCI officials, IPL is currently tentatively reopened in the UAE on September 18th or 19th, with up to 10 doubleheaders expected to play for three weeks.

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