Australia Star Batter's  Statement: ODI Cricket Dying A Slow Death

Usman Khawaja believes ODI cricket is dying a slow death Because of T20 cricket League

Khawaja argued that 50-over format has lost its relevance, of late, as the T20 World Cup in knocking on the doors

Khawaja feels while it is not impossible for any cricketer to be a three-format player

Not impossible, very tough. So much travelling. If you're playing all three forms of the game, you're not at home at all really

 35-year-old was of the opinion that despite a choc-a-bloc international calendar, Test cricket will continue to remain the pinnacle of the sport.