ICC’s Barclay expects less Test cricket as white-ball game grows

Kane Williamson leads New Zealand out during day four of the Test match against England at Lord's Cricket Ground, June 2022. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

International Cricket Council chair Greg Barclay said he expects fewer bilateral Test cricket tours in future due to an increasing amount of shorter-form cricket.

Barclay expects smaller cricket boards will have to settle for fewer Test series against the biggest sides - Australia, England and India. The big three will probably continue playing the same number of Test tours, he said.

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