Home tech how to Cricket Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017 shop more
BCCI Succession Plan : Hardik Pandya Next T20I Captain | Rohit Sharma And Virat Kohli and Senior Players Future Plan | 2YODOINDIA

BCCI Succession Plan : Hardik Pandya Next T20I Captain | Rohit Sharma And Virat Kohli and Senior Players Future Plan

Indian cricket team management has its eyes set on the future and among its first steps to build a pool of players for the T20 World Cup 2024, the BCCI could take a major call including appointment of a new captain and phasing out the senior players.

As per reports, BCCI could soon call up a meeting with the current India T20I captain Rohit Sharma, head coach Rahul Dravid and senior batter Virat Kohli to discuss the future course of action as far as the shortest format is concern.

The discussion, if and when it happens, is likely to revolve around the next T20 World Cup set to be held in 2024.

As there’s no confirmation, it’s being speculate that allrounder Hardik Pandya could become the captain of the T20I side with Rohit Sharma leading the ODI and the Test teams.

It’s also possible that Rahul Dravid, who is in charge of all three formats, could have his workload share by a specialist coach for the T20I side.

Unnamed BCCI source as saying that the senior players in the team will now only be focus on Tests and ODIs and in the handful of T20I matches India are said to play next year, youngsters will be given the preference.

As per BCCI Sources :

“The BCCI never asks anyone to retire. It is an individual decision. But yes, with just a handful of T20Is schedule in 2023, most of the seniors will concentrate on ODIs and Test matches in that cycle,”.

“You don’t need to announce retirement if you don’t want to. You will not see most of the seniors playing T20 next year,”.

The official line though is that the team is not willing to publicly discuss the succession plan, yet.

ALSO READ  Indian Cricket Team to Play 2 Matches in Same day | Reason Inside
Share your love

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *