White-Ball Cricket’s comeback to the multi-team series begins with Rohit Sharma taking the field.
The third and final ODI between India and England will take place on Sunday in Manchester. Rohit Sharma will serve as India’s captain.
Teams usually play one day apart or occasionally on consecutive days in recent years’ heavier cricket schedules. A recent example would be the last two T20 Internationals in the series between England and India. Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, asserted that the reinstatement of triangular or quadrangular series would enable both sides to enjoy more rest days and, as a result, play with greater enthusiasm when they do have matches.
“Even if I think it’s crucial, there’s no denying that it could be handled more effectively. Additionally, there needs to be ample breathing room while scheduling. You have to take part in the bilateral series.” In response to a query about whether bilateral series are losing significance as new T20 leagues pop up across the world and the schedule gets busier, Rohit Sharma said they aren’t.
“I used to watch a lot of triangular or quadrangular shows when we were kids and I was an adult, but that has completely stopped now. I believe that is a viable option for giving a squad enough time to recover and return “said he.
Every time, you speak for your country. He advised you to perform with great intensity. We play all of these games under a lot of strain.
I am aware that you don’t want to compromise on it when we play the bilateral series. Not just from India’s standpoint, but also from the perspectives of all boards, the scheduling and the amount of time between each game may be managed a little bit better, Rohit continued.
“If that happens, you’ll see the top athletes representing each game by showing up. Therefore, when playing consecutive games, you must consider the workload and care for the athletes “He added.
India’s skipper then remarked, “Honestly, the outside world wants to watch all the top players competing. And the standard of cricket won’t be impacted if those things are handled reasonably well.
A three-match ODI series between India and England is now deadlocked at 1-1 after the first two games.
On Sunday, the championship game will be played at Old Trafford in Manchester.