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Cricket Advisory Committee To Shortlist Candidates For Selectors’ Job On Tuesday

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The BCCI’s Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) will eventually get down seriously to the job of selecting two nationwide selectors at its very first conference right here on Tuesday. The three-member CAC, that is expected to find the selectors depending on the BCCI constitution, have not had much to complete since its session on January 31. The committee comprising previous India cricketers Madan Lal, RP Singh and Sulakshana Naik are going to be shortlisting the prospects private interviews. Lal, just who had earlier told PTI that 44 programs have now been obtained for 2 opportunities, verified on Monday which he are going to be going to Mumbai for the conference.

“Yes, I will be going for the meeting but I don’t know the details yet,” he told PTI.

However, a BCCI source verified that the conference is planned to shortlist the prospects.

The CAC wants replacements of outbound choice panel main MSK Prasad and other panel user Gagan Khoda.

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, just who didn’t journey to Dubai for the Asian Cricket Council group meetings because of the increasing risk of book coronavirus, is going to be current in the BCCI head office on Tuesday.

In January, the BCCI supervisor had said the latest choice panel will find the India squad for your home ODIs against South Africa, starting in Dharamsala on March 12.

“There is still time for the South Africa series. The entire process for picking the new selectors will be done this week,” said a BCCI authoritative.

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