The loss of 13 Bangladesh players to the ICL might seem a small crack in the cricket world given the country's struggles to field a competitive side, but Dylan Cleaver in New Zealand's Herald on Sunday feels its impact is closer to that of a fault-line suddenly opening up in the middle of Lord's.
The IPL, concocted by the BCCI to eliminate the ICL, has done a magnificent job of lining the pockets of the privileged few but has done even more to deepen the division between the contracted haves and the have nots.