Ranji matches scheduled on weekends in 2013-14 season by BCCI

Updated: 02 July 2013 20:19 IST

The committee decided to implement the decisions taken by the Technical Committee in its previous meeting which included every team will play four home and four away games in the Ranji league phase.

Ranji matches scheduled on weekends in 2013-14 season by BCCI
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Mumbai:

The upcoming Ranji Trophy matches will be played only during weekends and the gap between the fixtures will be four days after the third game, the BCCI announced on Tuesday.

BCCI's Tour Programme and Fixtures Committee met at the Cricket Centre here on Monday to finalise the domestic cricket schedule for the 2013-14 season.

The committee decided to implement the decisions taken by the Technical Committee in its previous meeting which included every team will play four home and four away games in the Ranji league phase.

"The Tour Programme and Fixtures Committee of the BCCI met at the Cricket Centre in Mumbai, on Monday, 1 July 2013, to finalise the domestic cricket schedule for the 2013-14 season. The detailed tournament schedule will be displayed on www.bcci.tv on Monday, 8 July 2013," said the release from BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel.

Other decisions of the Technical Committee will also be implemented during the upcoming Ranji Trophy season which include that Vijay Hazare Trophy matches at the knockout stage, and the Deodhar Trophy matches, will be played under lights; the under-25 matches will start a day after the Ranji matches so that players who are not part of the playing XI in the Ranji games can play the under-25 games.

Topics : Cricket Wasim Jaffer Board of Control for Cricket in India Irfan Pathan Vikram Solanki Virat Kohli Paul Valthaty
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