The meeting of the Supreme Council of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will take place on 17 January, which will be the main issue of the Ranji Trophy and domestic cricket (including junior and women’s cricket).
Seven issues will be discussed in this virtual meeting, in which BCCI may demand more time from ICC to organize Indian Premier League (IPL).
Explain that in IPL 2022, the number of teams has been increased to 10.
Let’s take a look at the whole news.
Ranji Trophy can begin from February – sources
At present, the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy is being played, the Board is considering planning the Ranji Trophy on the same lines.
BCCI source PTI “So far there is a 90 per cent probability that the Ranji Trophy will start in February and we will have six Bio Bubbles prepared for the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. It consists of six teams in five groups and eight teams in one group. Will go. ”
Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy
Mushtaq Ali’s league matches are being played at these six places
The Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy is being held in the bio bubble this time without an audience.
In this domestic T20 league, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Vadodara, Indore and Mumbai have been given five elite group hosting respectively.
Chennai Plate, on the other hand, is hosting all the group matches.
All its knockout matches will be played at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad from January 26 to 31.
Ranji Trophy can be organized in two parts
The source also said that the league stage of the Ranji Trophy will be held before IPL 2021, which is scheduled to start in April, while the T20 tournament will be followed by the knockout phase and the final round.
In such a situation, players will be able to participate in both important tournaments.
Apart from these, the future tour schedule (FTP) of the International Cricket Council (ICC) from 2023 to 2031 will be discussed in the upcoming meeting.
May demand more time for IPL
From next year, 10 teams will participate in the IPL. In such a situation, more time can be demanded for organizing this league.
A window of at least two months will be required for the conduct of the IPL, which requires the consent of the other board.
On the other hand, under FTP, it is expected that the Indian team will play more bilateral series of T20 and Test cricket than ODI.