With less international stars playing county cricket will England become a harder place to tour?

Most test teams were used to English conditions because their main players all played their first class cricket here. With the rise of domestic T20 leagues less players are learning their trade in the UK and so are not familiar with conditions here. To use India as an example, their previous generation of players... show more Most test teams were used to English conditions because their main players all played their first class cricket here. With the rise of domestic T20 leagues less players are learning their trade in the UK and so are not familiar with conditions here. To use India as an example, their previous generation of players all played first class cricket in England including Tendulkar, Dravid, Laxman, Sehwag, Ganguly, Khan, Kumble, Singh, Pathan etc. When their players who were use to English conditions didn't perform well (apart from Dravid) in their last tour here they were horribly exposed. The situation is similar for a lot of teams in the world, barring Australia and South Africa. Will touring England only become more difficult?
Update: SBS: The only thing we have copied from Australia is learning how to tie the kangaroos down. Thanks Rolf.
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