India and New Zealand will lock horns within the last of the inaugural version in Southampton’s Ageas Bowl from June 18-22. The ICC mandates that very same variety of factors be obtainable from every collection, regardless of its size, in order that nations that play fewer Assessments will not be affected adversely.
“The World Take a look at Championship is a extremely good idea, I simply do not assume it is fairly proper but. It is a first-time effort. I am unable to fairly work out how a five-match Ashes collection could be value the identical as India enjoying Bangladesh for 2 Assessments,” Broad stated whereas talking to ‘Press Affiliation’.
Below the WTC factors system, match outcomes and never collection outcomes are taken under consideration. In a five-match rubber, 20 per cent of the factors can be found every match, whereas in a two-match collection, 50 per cent of the factors can be found each sport.
The 34-year-old Broad, who has taken 517 wickets in 146 Assessments to face solely behind James Anderson amongst England’s highest wicket-takers within the conventional format, stated his nation will all the time discover it troublesome to make it to the WTC last as per the present system.
“There’s one thing within the concept and it has given nice context to the sport however there must be work finished on the way it all comes collectively, I believe,” Broad added.
England performed probably the most variety of Assessments (21) within the World Take a look at Championship. India had been second with 17 matches, whereas bottom-placed Bangladesh performed simply seven video games.
“We had a chance, however the quantity of cricket we play as an England facet within the present system makes it very troublesome to get into the ultimate,” Broad stated.
India dashed each England and Australia’s hopes of constructing the ultimate of WTC with their back-to-back collection triumphs in opposition to the 2 groups earlier this 12 months. England completed fourth within the WTC standings, behind Ashes rivals Australia.
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