Kolkata: The International Cricket Council has accepted the Indian Cricket Board's request for an oral hearing in the Sourav Ganguly ban case. The Indian skipper had been suspended for six matches because of his team's slow over-rate. He will now face the ICC's disciplinary committee. The ICC is likely to appoint an arbitrator for this case within a day or two. The BCCI had notified the ICC Executive Board that it intended to dispute the process that was used to deal with the Indian captain's appeal under the ICC Code of Conduct. They then agreed that should the BCCI wish to take this matter further it must write to the ICC, which would then refer this to its Disputes Resolution Committee.