Jay Shah
Jay Shah. (Photograph Supply: Twitter)

Final yr, India performed a Check collection in England below the captaincy of Virat Kohli and a white-ball collection in Sri Lanka with Shikhar Dhawan main the workforce on the identical time. The BCCI secretary Jay Shah believes that they’re able to subject two completely different nationwide groups if such a state of affairs arrives sooner or later. Shah has additionally stated that BCCI is in dialogue with numerous boards, together with ICC, to plan a separate window for the Indian Premier League 2023 season.

India are at the moment enjoying South Africa at residence within the five-match T20I collection which can finish on the nineteenth of June. Then India travels to Eire to play two T20I matches on the twenty sixth and twenty eighth of June. Nationwide Cricket Academy head VVS Laxman is appointed as a head coach for that tour and however the workforce is but to be declared.

The Indian Check aspect will then journey to England to play the one remaining match on the first of July, which was postponed as a result of Covid-19 causes in 2021. BCCI is about to call two utterly completely different groups for Eire and England excursions. Shah has revealed that he has spoken with Laxman, and NCA can have 50 gamers roster prepared.

“I’ve had discussions with NCA head VVS Laxman, and we are going to all the time have 50 gamers on our roster. Sooner or later, you’ll have a state of affairs the place the Indian Check workforce will probably be enjoying a collection in a single nation, and the white-ball workforce will probably be engaged in a collection in a unique nation. We’re getting in that course the place we can have two nationwide groups prepared on the identical time,” stated Shah as quoted by Information 18.

BCCI is in dialogue with ICC over a separate time window for IPL: Jay Shah

ICC has by no means had a separate window for IPL from their FTP calendar, and Indian followers have witnessed some big-name abroad gamers lacking the event utterly. However Shah believes that it’ll not be a case anymore as BCCI is discussing with the ICC and different boards over a separate time window for the IPL.

“That’s a facet we’ve got labored upon. Let me inform you that from the subsequent ICC FTP calendar, IPL can have an official two-and-a-half-month window so that every one the highest worldwide cricketers can take part. We’ve had discussions with numerous boards in addition to the ICC,” he stated.