A cricket commentator says a proposal to change the way the international game is governed will mean teams like New Zealand get fewer games against high profile opposition.
The International Cricket Council is to consider a restructure that would hand executive decision making to the sport's wealthiest nations - India, Australia and England.
A cricket correspondent based in Britain, Mihir Bose, says the decision would lead to those three countries playing each other much more regularly.
He says that could create a division between teams which would be to the detriment of teams from smaller nations such as New Zealand.
However, New Zealand Cricket says the game here will not be disadvantaged by the proposals.
Former New Zealand coach and captain Glenn Turner says it is no surprise that money is dominating the discussions about how international cricket should be run.
Turner says although details of the plan are yet to be made clear, it could make international cricket less exciting if the same teams play each other all the time.
He says there have been times in the past when Australia and England have not been among the top teams in the world.