Aussies promote cricket apartheid
Is there a serious effort by the ‘big’ cricketing nations to force a divide? This is the question that is bothering the smaller nations in the ICC. This is what an article headlined “Big four aim to cut out small fry” in the Australian newspaper, The Age, says regarding the dispute:
T20 losing its sheen

Just imagine a ‘pol sambol’ without coconut or for that matter a T20 tournament semi-final played in India without an Indian side in representation? Two of the most unimaginable settings you can think of!! Only with that thought that I got up this morning and decided to pen it down and share it with you.

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