Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah to lead BCCI members in well disposed match at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad before AGM

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly will again effortlessness the field as a player when his group takes on Jay Shah’s group in a cricket coordinate just before the board’s Annual General Meeting, booked for December 25, at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad.

Previous IPL executive Rajiv Shukla will be the arbitrator in the match which will be played on Wednesday (December 23) according to sources. BCCI constituent board individuals, present in Ahmedabad for the AGM, will likewise partake in the tennis ball coordinate practice coordinate.

Motera is the biggest cricket arena on the planet with a seating limit of more than 1,14,000. The remodeled arena is yet to have any serious game and will do as such in February when England visit India.

A few significant issues relating to Indian cricket will be talked about at the 89th AGM of BCCI. The arrangements for the England group’s visit to India, resumption of homegrown competitions and the incorporation of two new groups in the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be on the plan of BCCI AGM.

While BCCI stays excited about adding two new groups to the competition, it is perceived that the 2021 period of IPL will be played with the customary 8 groups and offers will be welcomed for the option of two new groups from the 2022 season.

According to sources, Mahim Verma of Uttarakhand Cricket Association, Devajit Sekia of Assam Cricket Association, Pranav Amin of Baroda Cricket Association, Hyderabad Cricket Association are among the 28 individuals from the BCCI appointive board who will be available in the AGM.

England to play four Tests in India: BCCI chief Sourav Ganguly

The England cricket crew is set to visit India in 2021 for an undeniable two-sided series.

Remarkably, the visit will presently contain four Tests, rather than five, to oblige the restricted overs arrangement that had been delayed in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president, Sourav Ganguly, as of late affirmed the advancement at an online occasion.

A look at the revised schedule

As indicated by the past schedule, the two groups were planned to play five Tests, three ODIs and the same number of T20Is.

Nonetheless, under the modified schedule, the quantity of Tests have been decreased to four, while a sum of five T20Is will be played.

The change has been made considering the World T20 to be held in October-November one year from now in India.

Here is the thing that Ganguly said

Confirming the revised schedule, the former Indian captain said, “England are touring India for four Test matches, three ODIs and five T20s. It is a lot easier having bi-laterals because the number of people are less.”

Ahmedabad could host its first Day/Night Test

A month ago, Ganguly declared that Ahmedabad will have its first Day/Night Test during England’s visit through India.

Eminently, the BCCI is enthusiastic about facilitating England and investigating every conceivable choice, including making bio-secure air pockets.

In spite of the fact that the specific timetable and scenes are yet to be chalked out, it is perceived that Ahmedabad, Dharamsala and Kolkata are probably going to be the three Test settings.

The series may likewise be moved to UAE

That separated, Ganguly has consistently alluded to the chance of moving the whole leg to the United Arab Emirates, if India keep on staggering in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Outstandingly, the UAE as of late facilitated the 2020 version of Indian Premier League.

India to tour England in August

As of late, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) affirmed that the country will temporarily have India for a five-Test arrangement in the mid year of 2021.

The Test arrangement will run from August 4 to September 14, while five distinct settings will play host to the matches.

In contrast to the previous summer, the ECB will permit group to observe surprisingly realistic this time.