New Zealand legend Richard Hadlee has admitted that world cricket needs India because it brings in the big bucks through television rights, sponsorships, advertising, etc. At the same time, Hadlee also hailed India for making an outstanding contribution to Test cricket. India will face New Zealand in the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) final in Southampton from June 18.
We are now flying down the road towards the T20 World Cup at the end of the year with all the international teams stepping up their preparations for the showpiece down under. Before you know it, the first ball will be bowled in October, probably by a spinner after the sounds of intense electronic music has just died down, and the tournament will be underway.
It's safe to say 2019 has been an exceptional year for cricket. The status of the world’s most beloved summer sport reached new heights this year thanks to some unforgettable events showcasing the game’s excitement and skill.
Since the launch of Indian Premier League in 2008, there has been a furor among the Indian cricket fans. The Twenty20 format has completely changed the landscape of global cricketing scene. Indians have become obsessed with the Indian Premier League tournaments and have contributed to the rise of cricket betting.
The Bangladesh Premier League is the biggest crowd-pulling cricketing event in the country. It has not just generated unprecedented viewership but has also increased the wealth of those who are associated with it. Because of its popularity, it’s imperative that you plan your betting strategy beforehand.