Two Twenty20 World Cups on the way
Cricket: Twenty20 here to stay
The ICC has firmed up plans to hold two world Twenty20 cricket tournaments in the next three years.
World meetings in Dubai have garnered support from all the major playing nations, bar India.
India believes that for them, one day, 50-over cricket is enough.
However, NZ Cricket CEO Martin Snedden says India is a lone voice.
Snedden says countries trialing Twenty20 domestically are endorsing it, with others dabbling in it internationally also being enthusiastic.
He says what it comes down to is India expressing concerns, when everyone else supports the proposals.