Cricket Australia Pushes for Emphasis on International Cricket with ‘Three-Test Series as Minimum’

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CA will advocate for a minimum of three matches in the WTC series amid the increasing health debate surrounding the format. CA chief executive Nick Hockley believes that Test cricket is operating at different speeds in different economies and that there’s a way to keep the game vibrant beyond Australia, England, and India. Under current regulations, a series only has to be a minimum of two matches, but CA is pushing for a minimum of three-test series. The emergence of the SA20 has affected Australian cricket and brought much-needed revenue to South Africa. Hockley believes that T20 and Test cricket can coexist but acknowledged the financial challenges of Test cricket in certain countries. He is confident that nations outside of the big three are committed to the future of Test cricket.

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