BCCI apex council to debate house sequence in opposition to England, home season on October 17 


NEW DELHI: India’s house sequence in opposition to England will probably be up for dialogue alongside the scheduling of the upcoming tour of Australia and the home season when the BCCI’s apex council holds a web based assembly on October 17.

Board president Sourav Ganguly had stated that the BCCI will do all it will probably to make sure that the house sequence in opposition to England stays within the nation and home tournaments kick off in some unspecified time in the future regardless of the fluid COVID-19 state of affairs.

India’s COVID-19 case load is nearing 70 lakh and the demise toll has surged past 1 lakh.

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England is scheduled to tour India subsequent 12 months between January and March for 5 Tests, three ODIs and three T20 Internationals.

In view of the rising COVID instances in India, the UAE, which is at present internet hosting the IPL, had emerged instead for the house sequence in opposition to England.

However, within the occasion India is ready to host the England staff, Mumbai may very well be the best choice to create a bubble with three worldwide venues – Wankhede Stadium, Cricket Club of India and DY Patil Stadium.

The state-of-the-art infrastructure on the new Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad can be another the Board wish to discover.

As far because the home circuit is worried, the BCCI had initially deliberate to begin it with the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy from November 19, however there stays doubts as a result of state of affairs arising out of the pandemic.

Quite just a few components must be considered earlier than going forward with plans to begin what may very well be a curtailed home season.

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