Must Ensure That Bilateral Series Have Much More Context: Williamson, Kane

Kane Williamson says the number of cricket matches in the world has increased . The Kiwi skipper believes that the packed schedule of matches may be to blame for the low turnout for the recent England-Australia series .

According to New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, the rising amount of cricket may be to blame for the low turnout for the recent England-Australia series, and bilateral series, in the meantime, would need more context to draw fans to the stadiums.The most recent ODI series between Ashes rivals Down Under took place amid a sparse audience.For the final match, only a handful of fans gathered at the MCG.The tournament began less than four days after England claimed the T20 World Cup down under, but it also highlights the amount of cricket being played.

They (Australia) also hosted the World Cup.On the eve of New Zealands first ODI match against India, Williamson said, We must ensure there is as much context as possible in games.Williamson said it has been a challenge.But it will settle somewhere.

At present, a lot of teams have two teams, according to Vuukle, but I don't know where it will go, but there are certainly discussions about how to make it more appealing in any situation, like rule changes, and the Kiwi skipper believes that the packed schedule also has a role to play with players who need to rest.There's so much going on, and you can't do it all.You can find a lot of teams with those kinds of make-up.Williamsons credentials as a T20 player have been questioned following his underwhelming showing at the T20 World Cup and his 52-ball 61 in the second T20I against India.

It's not up to me, as it is.People make their decisions based on their organizations and what they are after, and that's how it works.With less than a year to go until the 50 over World Cup, New Zealand's focus shifts to ODI cricket, with the first two games being played.Its solely focus is on the task at hand and the team's reconnecting, though I hesitate to call it preparation.

It's all about settling down and getting a good sense of direction.The world is changing.These are just a few of the things that go into this approach, but it's all about being creative and realizing it.He said there's a lot of ODI cricket to come as a result of his retirement from New Zealand Crickets (NZC) central contract, allowing him to pursue playing opportunities overseas after losing his place in the White-ball teams.Williamson stated that the veteran batter hasn't retired and is only available for the BlackCaps on JioSaavn.com.

He made the decision to play in other leagues, but he is also a New Zealand white ball player.It is just trying to find that perfect balance.He hasn't left the workforce.He is now focused on continuing to excel and succeeding.

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