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Team India Is All Ready For The Tour Of Sri Lanka In The Month Of July: Suggested BCCI President Sou

by  Shashi Shukla  •  Last updated on 2021-05-13 02:11:02


BCCI president named Sourav Ganguly on Sunday announced that the Team Indian, sans the top players, will visit Sri Lanka in July for a restricted overs two-sided tournament. Huge names, for example, captain Virat Kohli and vice-captain of team India, Rohit Sharma won't be important for the visit as they will be occupied with a marquee five-match Test tournament in England. "We have arranged a white ball arrangement for the senior men's group during the long stretch of July where they will play T20 Internationals and ODIs in Sri Lanka," Ganguly asserted PTI in a cooperation.

Asked how might India isolate the two groups, Ganguly replied that it will be an alternate side, which will not have anybody from the outfit that will be in the United Kingdom around then. 

Indeed, it will be a group of white ball subject matter experts. It will be an alternate group," the previous India skipper said, clarifying that the cricket board likewise has the readiness of white ball regulars as a main priority.

There will be least 5 T20 Internationals matches and might be three ODIs matches in India your of Sri Lanka. 

India's visit through England will end on 14th September 2021 and with the timetable of the rest of IPL yet to be chalked out, the BCCI would need any semblance of Hardik Pandya, Shikhar Dhawan, Deepak Chahar, Yuzvendra Chahal, Bhuvneshwar Kumar to be match prepared.


“The BCCI president is sharp that all our top players are match prepared and since England doesn't have a white ball leg the period of July can be used well," a BCCI source told PTI while clarifying the rationale behind the visit. 

For the Kohlis & Sharmas, they need not come from UK, which has set up some hard isolate rules. 

"In fact, in the long stretch of July there are no authority senior India group matches. The Test Team will play intra Team games."

So there is no mischief in India's white ball specialists getting some match time and selectors likewise will fix the missing jigsaws in determination puzzle." 

This will allow the group an opportunity to complete analyses, similar to whether it will be Chahal, Rahul Chahar or Rahul Tewatia for the leg break bowler's opening, if player Chetan Sakariya can be attempted as left-arm choice, regardless of whether Devdutt Padikkal/ Shreyas Iyer gets fit to play by at that point.

Not to fail to remember that player Prithvi Shaw's global profession could get a lift with this white ball competition, with player Suryakumar Yadav & Ishan Kishan likewise getting an opportunity to have a special interest.