BCCI’s CAC to shortlist candidates for selectors’ job on Tuesday – cricket


The BCCI’s Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) will lastly get all the way down to the work of selecting two nationwide selectors at its first assembly in Mumbai on Tuesday.

The three-member CAC, which is meant to select the selectors as per the BCCI structure, has not had a lot to do since its appointment on January 31.

The committee comprising former India cricketers Madan Lal, R P Singh and Sulakshana Naik shall be shortlisting the candidates for private interviews.

Lal, who had earlier advised PTI that 44 functions have been obtained for 2 positions, confirmed on Monday that he shall be travelling to Mumbai for the assembly.

“Sure, I shall be going for the assembly however I don’t know the main points but,” he advised PTI.

Nevertheless, a BCCI supply confirmed that the assembly is scheduled to shortlist the candidates. The CAC is on the lookout for replacements of outgoing choice panel chief MSK Prasad and fellow panel member Gagan Khoda.

Ganguly, who didn’t journey to Dubai for the Asian Cricket Council conferences as a result of rising risk of novel coronavirus, is prone to be current on the BCCI headquarters on Tuesday.

In January, the BCCI boss had mentioned the brand new choice panel will choose the India squad for the house ODIs towards South Africa, starting in Dharamsala on March 12.

“There’s nonetheless time for the South Africa sequence. Your entire course of for choosing the brand new selectors shall be carried out this week,” mentioned a BCCI official.