IPL In Future: Bilateral series will be closed, IPL will be held twice in a year

New Delhi | IPL In Future : Cricket legend and former Indian coach Ravi Shastri, who has an outspoken opinion in every matter, has once again made a big statement. He has said that the T20 format is not meant for bilateral series between international teams. It should be limited to the World Cup only. This statement of Shastri has come when India is to play a five-match T20 series against South Africa. Shastri, one of India’s most successful coaches, also feels that the T20 World Cup in two years with franchise cricket would be the best approach as far as the shorter format is concerned, given the enthusiasm of sports fans. He said that a lot of bilateral cricket is happening in T20. I have said this before, even when I was the coach of the Indian team. This was happening in front of me.

World Cup should be held once a year like football

IPL In Future : Former coach Ravi Shastri said that T20 cricket in today’s time should be like football. Where, you only play the World Cup. No one remembers the bilateral tournament. Shastri’s tenure as the Indian coach ended last year. He said that he does not remember a single T20 match except the World Cup during the last six-seven stints as the Indian coach. She said that a team wins the World Cup, they remember it. Unfortunately we don’t, so I don’t remember that either.

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Two IPLs in a year in future

IPL In Future : Shastri said that franchise cricket is being played all over the world, each country is allowed to play its own franchise cricket, which is their domestic cricket and then every two years you play a World Cup (T20). The media and broadcasting rights for the next five-year cycle of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be sold in June. Talking on the future of IPL, former Indian opener Aakash Chopra said that I think in future there may be two phases of IPL in every calendar year and this is not too far off. Shastri also agreed with Chopra and said that this is where the future lies.

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