Melbourne: Cricket Australia (CA) is open to part with its multi-million-dollar television revenue from India tours to Australia as part of a collective effort to preserve the financial health of the global game.
James Sutherland, Cricket Australia chief executive, has declared Australian Board's willingness to divert a part of its overseas revenue from India tours to Australia, which is worth up to USD 100 million extra to CA's annual balance sheet, to be shared among all members.
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