Former England captain Alastair Cook on Saturday known as on cricket chiefs to cancel the English County Championship if the season can not be played in full because of the coronavirus.
The England and Wales Cricket Board have postponed all home motion till at the very least May 28 due to the pandemic.
The County Championship, which was resulting from start on April 12, faces a prolonged delay after Tom Harrison, chief govt officer on the ECB, stated that the “most financially important forms of the game” will be prioritised.
That places the Twenty20 Blast and the inaugural season of The Hundred because the almost definitely competitions to be retained in a slimmed-down schedule.
But Cook, who received the Division One title with Essex final season, believes a shortened season would lose worth.
“In this year, over the next six months, the bigger picture is the most important,” Cook advised the BBC.
“Whatever occurs, if we do play any type of cricket, which hopefully we are going to, what I hope is that they don’t try to have a six-recreation County Championship or one thing like that.
“I might quite have one or two full tournaments, as a result of if you do then play that match or two tournaments it is a lot extra rewarding to win it.
“If there’s not time for a significant County Championship, say (you may solely play) three or 4 video games, there’s most likely not a lot sense us having it.”