Ganguly against abolition of spin of coin in Test matches

Sourav Ganguly address the media after the Interview for the coach selection at BCCI office.Churchgate. Express Photo by Kevin D'Souza. 10.07.2017. Mumbai. *** Local Caption *** Sourav Ganguly address the media after the Interview for the coach selection at BCCI office.Churchgate. Express Photo by Kevin D'Souza. 10.07.2017. Mumbai.

Vastavam web: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly today said he is not in favour of abolition of spin of coin in Test matches, which will come up for discussion at the ICC cricket committee meeting in Mumbai next week. “It remains to be seen whether it is implemented or not. Personally, I am not in favour of toss abolition,” Ganguly told reporters at the Eden Gardens.

The toss of coin has been a part of international cricket since the very first Test, between England and Australia in 1877.But its relevance has been questioned in recent past with critics saying that the practice was resulting in unfair advantage to host teams.