The duo will need to attain and maintain top form during the ICC World Cup if India are to repeat the trimph achieved by Dhoni and his men at Mumbai 12 years ago.
'If the franchisee has to suffer they have to suffer. Indian cricket is the main stake holder, not the IPL. IPL is just the by-product,' said the former Indian opener.
Making his debut for Ireland in 2006, O'Brien was a central figure in his team's rise from Associate Membership to Test status across a career that spanned close to two decades.
The governing body said a "healthy" number of One-Day Internationals will be played in the 2023-27 cycle.
India have hosted the event thrice -- in 1978, 1997 and 2013.
The India team, led by Kapil Dev, did the unthinkable at Lord's on June 25, 1983, defeating the mighty West Indies by 43 runs to make history.
Navgire, who plays domestic cricket for Nagaland, has found instant stardom, with some of the most powerful blows that one has ever seen from an Indian batter.
Emergency services also tried to revive Symonds, the sole occupant of the car, but he died of his injuries, police said.
Symonds was the quintessential white-ball player. He was a hard-hitting batter, could bowl both medium-pace and spin, and was a real live wire on the field.
The Australian World Cup winner reportedly died of a heart attack in Thailand.