In a column for ESPNcricinfo, Chappell said the administrators need to find both the ideal balance between bat and ball and educate fans on cricket's values
Chappell said T20 has an edge over the traditional format because of the short duration of time needed for the completion of a game.
If players truly believe in Test cricket, they need to appoint Virat Kohli as their spokesperson, says Ian Chappell
For the former Australia skipper, the players need to hold a summit with Virat Kohli in charge.
Chappell said England too showed their depth in the ODI series against Pakistan and it will hold them in good stead in the Ashes.
Chappell said it's India's formidable pace-bowling unit that has given them the "even-money chance" of beating England in their own backyard in the Test series.
Ian Chappell feels Ravichandran Ashwin is among the best right now; Sanjay Manjrekar thinks otherwise
Besides Ashwin, the former Australian captain picked Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami and Kagiso Rabada among the top-five best bowlers right now, while keeping Pat Cummins at the top of the list.
Chappell's views are in contrast to Paine, who recently said he will have no qualms about former skipper Smith returning to the job whenever he chooses to retire.
IPL 2021's suspension reminder of cricket's vulnerability, may lead to postponement of T20 World Cup, says Ian Chappell
India, which is grappling with a devastating second wave of the pandemic with cases rising by over 4 lakh everyday, is scheduled to host the T20 World Cup in October-November.
The former Australian captain's belief stems from India's incredible depth of talent and its success ratio of late.
Rishabh Pant changed course of three Tests, most don't contribute that many in a career, says Ian Chappell
Chappell also wrote that Pant, once criticised for his not so great glovework was commendable during the four Test matches.
India vs England: Ian Chappell blames visitors' 'ineptitude against spin' for third Test ending inside two days
Former Australia captain Chappell said it was poor defence which led to England's collapse in the third Test against India.
India vs England: Joe Root failed to gain 'valuable psychological advantage' by not declaring in 1st Test, says Ian Chappell
Ian Chappell lauded Joe Root for improvements in captaincy and his consistency with the bat, but said he can still learn the 'art of perception and psychology'.
India vs England: Hosts are favourites to clinch Test series, says former Australia captain Ian Chappell
What should also bolster the home team is the addition of captain Virat Kohli to a strong batting line-up and their incredible recent triumph in Australia.
Paine's performance behind the wickets and his tactics as captain in the just-concluded Test series against India which Australia lost 1-2 were severely criticised by former players.
India vs Australia: Ajinkya Rahane a born leader, captained visitors flawlessly in MCG, says Ian Chappell
Under Rahane, India made a remarkable comeback after their humiliating loss in the first Test in Adelaide by winning the second Test by eight wickets.
The run-up to the Test series between India and Australia was marked by a series of blows to head and concussion-related substitutes, reviving the debate around the use of bouncers by fast bowlers
Ian Chappell says teams need big squads to fight 'mental fatigue' caused due to strict bio-secure bubbles
Leading Indian players have been in a series of bio-secure bubbles since September, initially while taking part in an Indian Premier League moved to the United Arab Emirates on health grounds.
India vs Australia: Ian Chappell praises Ajinkya Rahane's captaincy style, calls hosts' top order 'biggest concern'
Former Australia captain Ian Chappell has found Ajinkya Rahane to be a "fabulous captain" and expects that his "aggressive style" will suit the Indian team which would fancy its chances against a David Warner-less hosts in the first Test in Adelaide from 17 December.
Earlier this week, former Australian skipper Ian Chappell had suggested the ICC to ban switch-hitting saying the shot is "blatantly unfair" to the bowlers and the fielding team.
Maxwell plays the switch-hit effectively and has hit quite a few in the just-concluded three-match ODI series, something which Ian Chappell termed "illegal".