IND vs SL Live: BCCI Picks New Indian Selector Just Ahead Of The 1st T20I, This Former World Cup Player To Lead New Selection Committee. The Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC), under the direction of Ashok Malhotra, interviewed potential selector candidates on Monday. The committee only conducted interviews with those applicants who were chosen from the list of candidates. Jatin Paranjape and Sulakshana Naik are additional CAC members.
The CAC seemed eager to find out how Team India would be put together in the future. The CAC apparently wanted to know the interviewee’s intentions when Rohit Sharma’s term ended, according to a report in PTI.
The CAC members also asked whether there was any player who might be taken into consideration to take over for KS Bharat as the wicketkeeper. At the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, Bharat is almost certain to participate in his debut Test match.
Interview Session Completed By CAC, BCCI To Make Selection Committee Members Public Soon
According to CAC, the 2022 U-19 World Cup squad may include one or more players who are eligible for international cricket. The junior team won the U-19 World Cup after defeating England in the final. Yash Dhull served as captain.
The CAC has concluded the interview process, and the BCCI will soon make the names of the members of the selection committee public. It is possible that Chetan Sharma would stay on as the head selector. Harvinder Singh might stay on the panel in the future as well. The Chetan-headed panel was eliminated as a result of Team India’s disappointing performance at the 2022 T20 World Cup.
The Men in Blue did, in fact, go to the semi-final, but they were defeated in the elimination game by a score of 10 wickets. In the league stage, South Africa defeated them.
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The Border-Gavaskar Trophy will be awarded when the new selection committee has chosen the teams for the home white-ball series against New Zealand. The outcome of the home Test series against Australia will be intriguing to watch.
A 50-over World Cup is expected to be played later this year, therefore the selection committee will need to make sure that they distribute the 20 players who have been shortlisted in a way that offers everyone a fair shot.