Am thinking an Australia tour of Zimbabwe, and an England tour of Pakistan might be the perfect place to start.
It fits in well with the existing schedule which I would like to stick to, but I plan to add extra tours so each team plays at least 2 Home and 2 Away series per season.
I will come up with a schedule for both tours and a list of players for managers to choose an XI for a Zimbabwe A and Pakistan A tour match after initial squads are chosen.
I think we will start with the T20s and ODIs so players can acclimatise for the Test series better.
Yes, I'd like to see how some of the older players do in T20s, this game allows you to play T20s but player ratings aren't official, this game is mostly for Tests.
The game has 4 levels of aggression for batting, the higher the scoring rate the more chance of being out.
I use the higher aggression levels for ODIs and T20s and scores work out well, a total of 200 is possible in a T20 and sometimes a batsman makes a hundred.
If it helps you choose a team, a defensive batsman who averages 30 in Tests can still average 20 at a strike rate of 120 in T20 cricket in this game.
Big hitters generally do better, a player like Javed Miandad will have a higher T20 average and strike rate than most.