Cricket's 'Big Three' still dominating again and again
Cricket's 'Big Three' still dominating the game both on and off the field
Last Updated at July 17, 2019 12:47 IST
The pound sign (£) They may have each had some slip-ups along the way, but it is perhaps no surprise that cricket's three wealthiest nations -- England, India and Australia -- are in the semi-finals of the World Cup. The tournament, which will generate some 400 million pounds ($500 million) in broadcast revenues alone, is key in funding the International Cricket Council's work in developing the sport.
Yet most of the money still finds its way to cricket's richest countries. In the 2016-23 broadcasting cycle, of which the 2019 and 2023 ...
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First Published: Tue, July 09 2019. 11:01 IST