This year’s England T20 World Cup roster did not include Alex Hales. Due to Jonny Bairstow’s injury, he was allowed to record one of his finest T20 innings on Thursday. He scored an unbeaten 86 against India in the semi-final match in Adelaide, which enabled his team to win by 10 wickets and advance to the playoffs. Hales afterward acknowledged that he had made the most of his Big Bash League expertise to influence the India assault. Unfortunately for India, none of the players have ever competed in the BBL or any other international competition. Their lack of experience has plagued them for years, but on Thursday, it came up again after it cost India a spot in the World Cup final and the opportunity to break their protracted trophy drought.

Rahul Dravid, the head coach of India, was questioned as soon as he took the news conference after the devastating defeat. Dravid acknowledged that it may work in their favor, but he believes it will harm their Test cricket setup.

There is no denying that England players have participated in this competition (Big Bash League). Because many of these competitions take place at the height of our season, it’s terrible and very tough for Indian cricket. It’s a major task for us, in my opinion. Many of our boys do not have the chance to participate in these leagues. But the BCCI will decide, and the problem is that it comes during our season,” Dravid remarked.

Wasim Akram, a great in Pakistan, questioned Dravid’s remarks about “Indian players in abroad leagues” a short time later, pointing out that India’s own IPL hasn’t helped the country win any T20 World Cups. He said that India has never won the T20 World Cup since the IPL began in 2008.

“IPL began in 2008, which is why India’s cricket team is participating. T20 World Cup 2007 me Usse pehle India jitee. Aaj tak, regrettably, abhi bhi India kabhi T20 World Cup nehi jita, jabse se IPL shuru huyi hai. Usse phir ek question udhta hai, ki unke players jo abroad jaake leagues nehi khelte, ek additional league khelne ki bhi permission milo jaye, kya fark padega innlogon ki approach main? (Everyone believed that India would gain from the IPL. It began in 2008. The 2007 T20 World Cup was won by India. But India hasn’t won the T20 World Cup since the IPL began. So the question is, will India’s strategy change if they are permitted to compete in foreign leagues? I was just listening to an interview “during their conversation on A Sports, questioned Akram.