International cricket has grown manifolds in the last decade with the influx of extra money for most of the boards owing to the broadcasting right and their own T20 franchise leagues.
Most of the boards pay their players a decent amount of money for representing them at the highest level. Also, there have been a few players who have, in recent years, opted to move away from playing Test cricket in order to make more and quicker money while featuring in the franchise leagues and shorter formats.
Today, we look at how much the players of the top 8 International Cricket teams earn per match in the three formats:
Bangladesh have made healthy strides in recent years in international cricket. They defeated the likes of South Africa and West Indies in the 2019 World Cup, and have also registered their maiden Test match victories over England and Australia at home.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) pays Rs 2.6 lakh per Test match, Rs 1.7 lakh per ODI, and Rs 1 lakh per T20 to its players. Bangladesh have become a strong force at home and did well in other Asian countries. With the T20 World Cup, later in the year, likely to be played in the UAE, the Tigers would be hoping to cause a couple of more upsets.