New Zealand veteran Ross Taylor believes the IPL (Indian Premier League) will benefit India in the World Test Championship (WTC) final as the team headed by Virat Kohli has had to adapt to England’s conditions. The IPL, which ended on May 30, has been suspended for the first week of May due to several cases of Kovid-19 in the biological bubble. The WTC Finals will be held in Southampton from June 18.
Taylor told reporters on Sunday, “I think that the quick termination of the IPL in unfortunate circumstances will not be of much benefit to India. If the IPL were on its schedule, they would have less time to prepare. Taylor believes New Zealand are better than India as they have to play two Tests against England before.
He said, “I would probably be lying if I said I wasn’t thinking about the WTC Finals. I wasn’t thinking of anything better than getting ready to play two Tests against England. After all, this match is a neutral one.” We have little benefit from playing two Tests but this Indian team has been at the top for a long time and has had a lot of success here. ”
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Asked if the impact of the T20 leagues threatens the future of international cricket, Taylor said, “The IPL is probably the biggest league and if other countries don’t have that power, they put it in mind.” Players want to play in it. “Having played 105 Tests, 233 ODIs and 102 T20 Internationals for New Zealand,” he said, “I think there is still relevance and preference in international cricket.”
He described international cricket as one of the most important, and has changed a lot since we started. We couldn’t get a full IPL as a team, we only played for a few weeks. This step is a good one but I think international cricket has an even greater priority. I have complete faith in this. If you ask most international cricketers, they say the same.
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