in ,

McCullum has doubts about the future of Test cricket

Radio New Zealand – Former Black Caps captain Brendon McCullum has doubts about the future of Test cricket.

Summary

  • Former Black Caps captain Brendon McCullum has doubts about the future of Test cricket.
  • Brendon McCullum of the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
  • Photo: PHOTOSPORTMcCullum told Cricket Monthly that he firmly believed Test cricket would not be around in time, because there were only so many teams that could afford to play it.
  • McCullum, who played 101 Tests, 260 ODI’s and 71 T20 internationals for New Zealand, now plays T20 leagues around the world.
  • People don’t have four or five days to commit to Test cricket,” McCullum said.


Read more…

What do you think?

Written by Cric Editor

Cameron Bancroft awaits vote on ban exemption to play club cricket

One-off Test: Ireland tested as Pakistan enforce follow-on