Pakistan mulls to push for abolition of Big Three in ICC
Karachi : The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is mulling to push for for the elimination of the Big Three governance system and revenue distribution formula in ICC meeting at Dubai.
PCB chief Shahryar Khan said the board will try to put an end to the revenue distribution formula and oppose the four day Test matches.
In 2014, Pakistan had supported the Big Three governance system.
The Indian cricket board (BCCI) has profited the most from the Big Three governance system as it gets the major chunk of the revenues that ICC earns. India is followed by Australia and England in profit sharing.
Pakistan will be demanding equal share for all member countries.
Shahryar said they were expecting India to oppose disbanding the Big Three governance system but due to changes in Indian cricket board set-up they might not be clear about their policies.
Shahryar also said that Pakistan would not support four-day Tests as there was no need to tinker with the spirit of Test cricket.