Incidentally, the 89th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the BCCI will also be held on the same day in Ahmedabad. Thus the CAC has been given a time to find new selectors when India are off to a Test series in Australia, and will then host a full tour of England from February. The CAC is headed by former World Cup winner Seemar Lal and includes former India fast bowler. RP Singh And former Indian women’s team player Sulakshana Naik. The extension of the three, for another year, is to be confirmed at the AGM.
Lal, Singh and Naik were chosen Sunil Joshi And Harvinder Singh as national selectors. On Thursday, they will interview Nayan Mongia, Ajit Agarkar and Abe Kuruvilla (West Zone), Maninder Singh, Chetan Sharma and Nikhil Chopra (North Zone) and Randev Bose and Shiv Sunil Das (East Zone) for the three vacant positions. Are ready. Is a five-member panel considered. The selected applicants will be replaced by Devang Gandhi (East Zone), Sarandeep Singh (North Zone) and Jatin Paranjpe (West Zone) in the Senior Male Selection Committee.
The tour of England will mark the beginning of international cricket in India after about a year. The tour starts in February and consists of four Tests, three ODIs and five T20s. The first Test will be held in Chennai from 5 February and Ahmedabad will conduct Day-Night (third) Test from 24 February.