Rahul Dravid. (Picture Supply: MICHAEL ERREY/AFP /AFP by way of Getty Photos)

Indian Head coach Rahul Dravid feels that the packed schedule in the intervening time will result in Take a look at cricket bowing out if BCCI permits Indian gamers to take part in overseas leagues. The Rohit Sharma led-side but once more crashed out within the knockout phases of a T20 World Cup regardless of dominating the Tremendous 12 phases and so as to add salt to the injuries, it was an entire hammering from the England facet who completed the sport in 16 overs with ten wickets in hand.

Alex Hales who had come into the match with monumental expertise in Australian circumstances proved to be the game-changer for England as he scored a 47-ball 86 with seven sixes within the run-chase. His BBL expertise proved to be a large issue whereas Indian bowlers had been taken aside to all ends.

After the loss, Dravid was questioned if BCCI ought to rethink its resolution and ship Indian gamers to overseas leagues to get used to the circumstances like all different groups.  

It’s as much as the BCCI to make the choice: Rahul Dravid 

Dravid talked about that Indian home cricket and the Ranji Trophy could be below risk if BCCI sends Indian gamers to take part in overseas leagues and felt that Take a look at cricket may bow out as properly. 

“In that case, our home cricket can be completed. Have to be very cautious. It’ll have an effect on Ranji Trophy and Take a look at cricket. I don’t want it to go that method,” Dravid informed within the press convention after the sport.  

On whether or not, the BBL expertise for different performed a giant half in India’s loss, Dravid felt that India’s peak scheduling has no room for it in the intervening time and added BCCI would take a call on it.  

“Yeah, lot of their gamers have come right here (for BBL). Most of those tournaments occur on the peak of our season. Actually as much as the BCCI to make the choice (permitting Indian gamers in abroad leagues),” he added.  

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