The Big Three is turning to another country to host a four-nation series from 2021.
Sourav Ganguly, the Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI), confirmed this last week when speaking to media persons, referring to such a tournament, by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
“Australia, England, India, and another top team will be participating in the Super Series starting from 2021. The first edition of the tournament will be held in India,” Ganguly told the media.
Ganguly said the BCCI is in talks with the ECB and Cricket Australia about organizing such a tournament and the other two boards have finally agreed. This tournament is hosted every year (October / November for India, September for England and October / November or February / March for Australia).
In a later statement, the ECB said, “We regularly meet with other leaders of major cricket nations, discuss and learn about the things that affect our game.”
BCCI raised a four-nation tournament in December and we are open to consulting with other ICC members to see if this concept is developing Its meaning Eight of its next cycle (2023-2031) as the 50-over World Cup, four T-20 World Cup, and ICC global event is the 50-over tournaments.
Have the significant commercial value of the ICC plans to interrupt their bilateral cricket calendar and is opposed by the ECB.