Would love to see meaning of ODIs not just in World Cup: Scott Styris

The development of the franchise T20 league has cast doubts over the future of the 50-over game, especially after England Test captain Ben Stokes retired from the format, citing a volatile schedule.

“Yeah, it’s tough. It’s not what I really worked on my mind and that’s because I really enjoyed one-day cricket. I thought it was a mix of power that I love in terms of cricket.” . I think it allows itself to fit in with other sports around the world.”

On the ‘Sports Over the Top’ show on Sports18, Styris said, “Strength, strength, speed, you know, all those things, stamina, agility, that affects traditional cricket as well as traditional cricket. ” ,

In the next Men’s Future Tours program cycle of 2023–27, all full members are to play 281 ODIs. India will play only 42 ODIs and South Africa will play just 39 ODIs, the lowest on the list led by Bangladesh which will play 59 ODIs, the most among the 12 full member nations.

“The opposition is the opposite. They are all aspects. It was the best of both worlds. So, I would love to see it continue and I would love to see that it still has meaning, not only in the World Cup. But then again, We just talked about how much cricket is in the calendar now. How do you fit that in?” Styris, who played 188 ODIs for New Zealand.

Many people like Ravichandran Ashwin, Wasim Akram and Michael Vaughan had raised concerns over the future of ODI cricket, which is now a never-ending debate. The next Men’s ODI World Cup will be held in India next year.

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