Jason Holder, the less dominated all-rounder from West Indies, says that the West Indies Cricket Board only makes money when the cash-rich boards, England (ECB) and India (BCCI) visit West Indies.
He says if the poor boards will not start developing financial improvements sooner, less international cricket would be played by smaller countries because of a lack of affordability.
The Caribbean player says the number of matches in recent times has reduced to two-three from four-five and if the financial disruptions continue, it could be difficult to host more than this.
Jason Holder: We only make money when India or England tour us
“If something doesn’t happen soon we’ll see less international cricket being played by smaller countries because we simply can’t afford it,” Holder said as quoted by ESPN Cricinfo. “We’ve gone from having four, five-match series, down to two and three. And it’s very difficult to host any more than that for us, particularly the Caribbean,” he added.