England limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan believes plans to scrap the toss in some County Championship games next season will benefit the national team.
The England and Wales Cricket Board is considering the proposals, which are designed to encourage counties to produce a better standard of pitches.
"I'm all for playing on wickets where there's no advantage to batting or bowling first," said Morgan.
"It poses challenges for the batters, more so towards the end of the game."
Morgan, whose side are preparing for a three-match Twenty20 series against Pakistan, also believes the proposals - which are likely to be trialled in Division Two of the domestic four-day game - would encourage spin bowlers.
"If it's to improve the standard of wickets that we play on, and potentially produce a couple of wickets where spin might be conducive to that particular ground, I think absolutely," Morgan, 29, told BBC Test Match Special.
"The benefit in county cricket might not be at the very beginning, but potentially for younger guys coming through - they'll develop different skills which will in turn give them a greater base, if they do get picked for England, to play around the world and do it successfully."