BCCI likely to discuss India's form on February 13

Updated: 30 January 2012 18:57 IST

The Indian Cricket Board's big wigs are likely to deliberate on the Indian team's Test series debacle in Australia and the future of some senior batsmen after their listless display there when its all-powerful Working Committee meets in Chennai next month.

BCCI likely to discuss India's form on February 13
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Mumbai:

The Indian Cricket Board's big wigs are likely to deliberate on the Indian team's Test series debacle in Australia and the future of some senior batsmen after their listless display there when its all-powerful Working Committee meets in Chennai next month.

"The BCCI's Working Committee is to meet at Chennai on February 13," informed Board's Chief Administrative Officer Prof Ratnakar Shetty on Monday.

Shetty, however, did not spell out whether the Indian team's pathetic display in the four-Test series in Australia will be discussed by the committee members.

"The agenda is not ready," Shetty said when asked specifically about this matter.

With one of its vice presidents Shivlal Yadav, who had accompanied the team in the Test series as the administrative manager, expected to attend the meeting, the other members would have the opportunity to have a first hand understanding of the reasons of the debacle.

The former India off-spinner has returned to his home town after the Test series.

The Working Committee is virtually the general body of the Board as it comprises most of the units affiliated to the BCCI as its members and any decision taken by it will be final.

Topics : Cricket India Board of Control for Cricket in India Australia India in Australia, 2011-12
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