On Sunday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) held a meeting to review the performance of the Indian cricket team. Attending the meeting were BCCI President Roger Binny, Secretary Jay Shah, Captain Rohit Sharma, Head Coach Rahul Dravid, Head of Cricket at the NCA VVS Laxman, and Chairman of the selection committee Chetan Sharma.
Jay Shah, secretary of the BCCI, has been in charge of guiding the administration of Indian cricket in the proper path during his tenure as head of the organisation.
Jay Shah has insured that Indian cricket will continue on its rising trajectory by convening important decision makers in a series of meetings that will continue until the final week of 2022. These sessions marked the beginning of the New Year and were held to ensure that critical choices were made.
The purpose of the conference was to discuss India’s performance in the ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2022, in which they were eliminated from competition after suffering a humiliating ten-wicket loss to England in the tournament’s semi-final.
The board has narrowed the field down to 20 players for the ICC World Cup 2023, which will take place in India in October of that year.
India likewise had a dismal showing during the Asia Cup, which took place from August to September of the previous year. As a result, India was eliminated from the competition during one of the tournament’s final four phases and did not advance to the championship match. In December, they were also defeated by Bangladesh in the one-day international series by a score of 2-1.
Alongside the discussion about the route that would be taken to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, other topics covered during the meeting included the challenges of player availability, workload management, and fitness requirements. Twenty players have been chosen from the pool in preparation for the World Cup.
During the meeting, a great number of important recommendations were discussed and presented. To be eligible for selection to the national squad, up-and-coming players will have to demonstrate their worth on the domestic scene for at least one full season before they are considered.
Both the Yo-Yo Test and Dexa will now be included as selection criteria and included into the individualised iterative processes that participants in the central pool will follow.
The National Cricket Academy will work in conjunction with the in order to facilitate the FTP and preparations for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
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