Speaking in an episode of the Vaughany and Tuffers Cricket Club podcast, former Team India head coach Ravi Shastri called for fewer T20I games.
Scheduling problems have always been the primary concern among international cricketers. More often than not, international stars found themselves juggling multiple responsibilities.
Shastri insisted reducing games on the series could help players better manage their priorities and free up the international calendar. He said the move could also help ensure the longevity of other tournaments.
'I would exercise some caution,' Shastri says about number of T20I games
Shastri, who played for Team India from 1981 to 1992, might have been away from swinging the batter or hitting more wickets these days. However, the pundit’s argument about fewer T20Is was made for a good reason. It was earlier reported that the upcoming 2023-2027 Future Tours Programme will feature more T20I games. According to multiple reports, the FTP will roll in 15 series of five T20Is.