Dhoni Wants No. of Tests and ODI Fixed by the ICC
Mahendra Singh Dhoni is offering a solution long recommended but not taken seriously before. And it may usher a more organized cricket calendar as a result of it.
The Indian captain, who accepted the mace for India becoming the no.1 Test team in the ICC Test rankings from the ICC chief executive, Haroon Lorgat, wants the ICC to come up with a fixed number that will be retained as the minimum number of Tests to be played in a year. The same should be made applicable for the ODIs as well.
What the Indian captain is suggesting is a certain amount of uniformity in deciding the champion and also, of putting cricket across the world on a more equal pedestal.
Dhoni, however, does not rule out the possibility that the respective boards, such as the BCCI, can then plan additional itineraries if they so wish.
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