Pakistan’s domestic structure is set to undergo many changes for which a controversy popped up as all of the members of the Board of Governors (BoG) aren’t on the same page. However, no one could deny the muddles concerning the quality of pitches in the domestic circuit where games are usually witnessed wrapping up in a few days.
Umar Siddiq, the wicket-keeper batsman, is the latest man to criticize the domestic tracks as he feels that they offer very little to the batsman.
Citing the examples of the 4-day games which ended inside 2 days, the Multan Sultans cricketer added that there lies a stark difference between the domestic and International cricket. For this reason, even the top domestic performers struggle in international games.
In addition to that, the Lahore born has also demanded to employ a better quality of ball which would help improve the quality of the game.
The Managing Director (MD) of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is confident of revamping the domestic cricket of Pakistan so that the competitiveness would be promoted which would ultimately benefit the country for all the years to come.