• Former ECB chairman believes private investment now vital
  • Hiring Indian players for competition would be ‘phenomenal’

Colin Graves has stressed wealthy Indian Premier League team owners remain keen to buy into the Hundred as English cricket considers private investment in response to the financial challenges of Covid-19.

Eyebrows were raised last week when it was announced that Graves, chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board until last September, had joined the advisory board of Oakwell Sports, a financial consultancy that last year published a report advocating the sale of equity in the new 100-ball tournament.

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