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Virat Kohli in action during the third day of the WTC final against New Zealand. (File)
Virat Kohli in action during the third day of the WTC final against New Zealand. (File)
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“Whoever’s Plan This Was, It Just Did Not Work”- Rashid Latif On Virat Kohli vs BCCI Saga

Former Pakistan Rashid Latif believes that the tussle between Virat Kohli and BCCI made a huge impact in India’s horror show in South Africa. Latif also accused BCCI that they asked Kohli to step down from Test captaincy as well.

Notable that India lost the test series by 1-2 in the 3-match series despite taking a 1-0 lead in the first match. It was even worse in ODIs as the proteas clean swept the ODI series by a 3-0 margin.

Jasprit Bumrah and Virat Kohli. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz – CA/Cricket Australia via Getty Images)
Jasprit Bumrah and Virat Kohli. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz – CA/Cricket Australia via Getty Images)

Virat Kohli stepped down from Test captaincy after the series loss against South Africa

Latif opined that Indian cricket has reached a dead end now and it would only get things worse from here on. Notable that Virat Kohli resigned from the T20I captaincy after the T20 World Cup to manage his workload but he clearly stated that he would like to continue as Test and ODI skipper. But a month later he was sacked from ODI captaincy as well.

In an interview, the BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said that he personally asked to reconsider his resignation from the T20 captaincy but he didn’t. Then in a press conference that Virat Kohli revealed that such conversation never happened between him and BCCI officials as his resignation was received well by selectors. However, he showed disappointment with the way he was sacked from ODI captaincy.

Sourav Ganguly and Virat Kohli.
Sourav Ganguly and Virat Kohli. (PTI)

Then a day after India lost to South Africa in the Test series, he dropped the bombshell to step down from Test captaincy as well. Latif feels that it will impact Indian cricket in a huge way.

“It has reached a dead end now. And there is nothing in a dead end. No way out. Whoever’s plan this was, it just did not work out. It was wrong and it backfired. Fact is when a player is leading a team for near about 10 years, his roots are deeply instilled in the team. You shouldn’t break that. It sets a bad example,” Rashid Latif said in a conversation on YouTube channel ‘Cricket Baaz with Waheed Khan’

Rohit Sharma has already been appointed as the white-ball captain for India while there are speculations floating around for Test captaincy as Rahul, Pant, and Bumrah are also considered as possible candidates for the job.

Also read KL Rahul Is Not Ready To Lead The Team: Danish Kaneria

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IPL 2022 Likely To Begin In The Last Week Of March

BCCI secretary Jay Shah has confirmed that the IPL 2022 season will begin in the last week of March and will go on till May last week. Notable that this season will be a 10-team affair as a total of 74 matches will be played.

Shah also assured that BCCI would leave no stone unturned in ensuring that IPL stays in India. There are some reports that state that IPL 2022 might move to South Africa or UAE but Shah is confident to organize it in India.

IPL Trophy. (BCCI/IPL Photo)
IPL Trophy. (BCCI/IPL Photo)

BCCI will leave no stone unturned to organize IPL 2022 in India

“I am delighted to confirm that the 15th season of the IPL will start in the last week of March and will run until May end. A majority of the team owners expressed their wish that the tournament be held in India. The BCCI was always keen on staging the 2022 edition that will see two new teams – Ahmedabad and Lucknow – in India. I can tell you that we will leave no stone unturned in ensuring that IPL stays in India,” BCCI Secretary Jay Shah told ANI.

Shah also confirmed that the IPL auction will be held on February 12 and 13 as he is keeping an eye on the Covid-19 situation to give final confirmation on venues.

“BCCI has not compromised on the health & safety of its stakeholders in the past & will concurrently work on Plan B since Covid-9 situation with new variants remains fluid. Mega IPL Auction will take place on Feb 12-13th & we’ll lock in venues before that,” he added.

IPL 2022 Mega Auction. Image Credits: Twitter
IPL 2022 Mega Auction. Image Credits: Twitter

The Mega auction will be held in Bengaluru as 1214 players have registered for it. The list consists of 270 capped, 903 uncapped, and 41 Associate players.

According to a press release by IPL, the detailed list is- Capped Indian (61 players), Capped International (209 players), Associate (41 players), Uncapped Indians who were a part of previous IPL seasons (143 players), Uncapped International who were a part of previous IPL seasons (6 players), Uncapped Indians (692 players), and Uncapped Internationals (62 players).

Notable the previous two IPL seasons were held in UAE due to the Covid-19 situation. IPL 2021 was initially held in India but around midway, it was halted and the rest of the season was concluded in UAE in September-October last year.

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File photo of BCCI headquarters in Mumbai | Getty
File photo of BCCI headquarters in Mumbai | Getty

BCCI Announces Revised Schedule For India’s Series Against West Indies

BCCI has announced a revised schedule for India‘s limited-overs series. Now the series which comprises three ODIs and three T20Is will be played in two venues-Ahmedabad and Kolkata. BCCI stated that the decision was taken to minimize the risk of bubble break as the situation of the Covid outbreak has been worsened in the past couple of weeks.

“The three ODIs will now be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad and three T20Is will be held at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata.

“The decision to limit the series to two venues instead of six as originally announced has been done to mitigate biosecurity risks by cutting down on travel and movement of the teams, match officials, broadcasters, and other stakeholders,” the BCCI release stated.

India National Cricket Team.
India National Cricket Team. Image Credits: BCCI

BCCI is also likely to change the schedule for the series against Sri Lanka

According to the original schedule, the ODI matches were set to be played at Ahmedabad, Jaipur, and Kolkata while the T20I matches were scheduled to take place at Cuttack, Visakhapatnam, and Thiruvananthapuram.

After the series against West Indies, India will also host Sri Lanka for a series comprising two tests and 3 T2oIs. The decision for venues of that series hasn’t been taken yet, it’s likely that all three T20Is will be played in the same venue.

BCCI Announces Revised Schedule For India's Series Against West Indies 1

Currently, West Indies is playing 5-match T20I series against England which will finish on January 30. West Indies is leading the series by 1-0 after a thrashing 9-wicket win against Eoin Morgan & co.

On the other side, India is currently touring South Africa where they will play their last match on Sunday. The hosts already claimed the series by 2-0 in the 3-match series. Earlier South Africa also won the test series by 2-1 despite losing the first match.

Good news for India as their white-ball skipper Rohit Sharma is likely to get fit for the series. He missed entire South Africa due to a hamstring injury. KL Rahul is captaining the ODI side in his absence.

Revised schedule:

ODI Series

1st ODI: February 6 (Sunday), Ahmedabad

2nd ODI: February 9 (Wednesday), Ahmedabad

3rd ODI: February 11 (Friday), Ahmedabad

T20I series

1st T20I: February 16 (Wednesday), Kolkata

2nd T20I: February 18 (Friday), Kolkata

3rd T20I: February 20 (Sunday), Kolkata

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Ranji Trophy, , BCCI File Photo
Ranji Trophy, , BCCI File Photo

Ranji Trophy Set To Be Abandoned For Second Consecutive Year

For the second consecutive year, Ranji Trophy- India‘s premier first-class tournament is all set to be dismissed.

It was originally scheduled to take place from January 2022 but the BCCI decided to postpone all domestic tournaments amid a covid outbreak in the last month or so. BCCI was planning to reschedule in two parts on either side of IPL but it’ll unlikely to go ahead due to lack of window.

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Ranji Trophy

As per reports, the BCCI hasn’t made any official communications with state associations as yet but they have given up all hopes if India’s premier domestic tournament would go ahead this season. On January 4, BCCI suspended all domestic tournaments including Ranji Trophy Cooch Behar, CK Nayudu, and the senior women’s T20.

Though BCCI was committed to go ahead with Ranji Trophy to start in mid-February, on a meeting on Tuesday they decided to scrap the tournament. If it would have started in mid-February, they would have finished the group stage before IPL. And the knockout stage would have taken place in June-July but this is monsoon season in most parts of India then. So BCCI had no choice but to scrap the tournament.

But questions will be asked again if BCCI doesn’t prioritize the red-ball cricket as in the previous season too, BCCI organized both white-ball tournaments- Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy but they couldn’t find a  window for Ranji Trophy.

In November, Tamil Nadu beat Karnataka by 4 wickets in the final to win the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy while Himachal Pradesh created history to beat Tamil Nadu in the final to Vijay Hazare Trophy.

This is another setback for the players who have ambitions to represent India in the red-ball format as they don’t have any tournaments to prove their utility other than A-tours. Recently India A travelled to South A just before the senior’s team. Those matches were only first-class matches for players other than Test cricket in this season.

Recently when BCCI decided to postpone Ranji Trophy,  veteran pacer Jaydev Unadkat tweeted, “Dear red ball, please give me one more chance.. I’ll make you proud, promise!”

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India-West Indies, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma © BCCI
Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma © BCCI
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India-West Indies Series Schedule Likely To Be Revised Due To COVID-19

India-West Indies Series: The limited-overs series between India and West Indies which is scheduled to begin on February 6, is likely to be revised amid arise of Covid cases in the country.

As the things stand, West Indies is set a play a series of 3 ODIs and 3 T20Is starting from February 6. West Indies will begin their tour with 3-match starting from February 6 in Ahmedabad, Jaipur, and Kolkata respectively.  While Cuttack, Visakhapatnam, and Thiruvananthapuram will host the T20I matches starting from February 15. But the BCCI officials said that the fixtures might be revised.

India National Cricket Team.
India National Cricket Team. Image Credits: BCCI

India will play 3 ODIs and 3 T20IS against West Indies in February: India-West Indies

Sources from BCCI said that the board is having a close eye on the situation and they weighing in for the option to host all 6 games at a single venue. However, there is no panic situation as yet as the visitors have two more weeks to arrive here in India.

West Indies is currently preparing for 5-match T20I series against England starting next week on January 23.

For the past two years, the players have made a habit of moving from one bubble to another in this Covid situation.

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Ahead of the series against West Indies, one good news for India is that their ODI and T20I skipper Rohit Sharma has recovered from his hamstring injury and will be available for the home season. Rohit missed the entire South Africa tour due to this injury as India lost the test series by 1-2. ODI series will begin on January 19 as KL Rahul will be stand-in captain for India.

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India has a packed home schedule after this South Africa series. Apart from the series against West Indies, India will also host Sri Lanka for a series comprising 2 Tests and 3 T20Is starting on February 25.

Then all Indian players will be busy in IPL for 2-months as this time it will be a 10-team affair. Post-IPL, India will host South Africa for a 5-match T20I series to be played in June. So the BCCI will have to do lots of planning to organize all these series in this chaos.

In last season India hosted England for 4 Tests, 5 T20Is, and 3 ODIs across 3 venues in Chennai, Ahmedabad, and Pune.

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Virat Kohli, Image Source : AP IMAGE
Virat Kohli, Image Source : AP IMAGE

Irrespective Of What Virat Kohli Or Sourav Ganguly Says, This Is Battle Of Two Stalwarts – Rashid Latif

Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif believes that Virat Kohli stepped down from India‘s Test captaincy because of his differences with the board president Sourav Ganguly.

This has been the talk of the town if there is everything alright between Virat Kohli and Sourav Ganguly. It all started two months back as Virat Kohli decided to step down from the T20I captaincy so the BCCI sacked him from ODI captaincy as well, citing the reason that they want to have the same captain in both white-ball formats.

Virat Kohli

“You haven’t only unsettled Virat Kohli; you’ve unsettled Indian cricket”

Then in an interview, Sourav Ganguly said that he personally requested Virat Kohli to reconsider his resignation from the T20I captaincy but he didn’t so the selectors had no choice but to remove him from ODI captaincy since they wanted the same captain in T20Is and ODIs.

But in a pre-departure press conference ahead of the South Africa tour, Virat Kohli contradicted Ganguly’s statement. Kohli denied if any such conversation happened between him and any BCCI official as he stated that his resignation was received well.

Since then stories of tension between Virat Kohli and BCCI have been floating around. Rashid Latif also joined the bandwagon as he believes that there is a tiff between Virat Kohli and Sourav Ganguly as both are stalwarts of the game.

“The real reason why these things happen is because you have a tiff with the board. Irrespective of what Virat says that it’s his decision or what Sourav Ganguly tweets, this is battle of two stalwarts,” Latif said in a YouTube video on Caught Behind.

Sourav Ganguly and Virat Kohli.
Sourav Ganguly and Virat Kohli. (PTI)

But Latif believes that the whole saga would hit Indian cricket in the longer run.

Some people are emotional. They know when and how to provoke Kohli. When he announced that he won’t captain India in T20Is after the World Cup, he was removed as ODI captain as well. You haven’t only unsettled Kohli; you’ve unsettled Indian cricket,” he added.

In his resignation from the T20I captaincy, Kohli mentioned that he would like to continue as captain in the other two formats but things turned dramatically in the next two months.

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File image of former India captain Sunil Gavaskar | AFP
File image of former India captain Sunil Gavaskar | AFP

You Need A Player Who Remains Fit – Sunil Gavaskar Explains Why Rohit Sharma Is Not The Best Candidate To Take Over From Virat Kohli

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar has expressed his opinions regarding India’s next test captain who can take over from Virat Kohli who recently resigned from the role after his tenure for more than 7 years. Gavaskar believes that Rohit Sharma shouldn’t be an automatic choice for the next test captain.

Notable that Rohit Sharma has already been appointed India’s ODI and T20I captain. But he is recovering from an injury, KL Rahul will lead India in 3-match series against South Africa. Gavaskar feels that Rohit has too many fitness issues as he is likely to miss many tests for India which won’t give any stability to India’s test team.

Sunil Gavaskar. (Photo Source: Twitter)
Sunil Gavaskar. (Photo Source: Twitter)

“No board would want that its captain’s hands should be tied”- Sunil Gavaskar

Notable that Rohit Sharma missed two tests in Australia last season while he missed two test matches against New Zealand as well as he opted for Test and again as the team was all set to travel to South Africa, he was ruled out for the series due to a hamstring injury. Gavaskar compared him with Sri Lanka’s Angelo Mathews as the all-rounder who missed many matches in his career due to injury.

“The problem with Rohit is that he has fitness issues. So you need a player who remains fit and is available for all matches. If you remember, Sri Lanka’s Angelo Mathews had the same issue with a hamstring. And with that, when you try to run fast or take a quick single, the injury resurfaces,” Gavaskar spoke on Sports Tak.

“If that is to happen, you may be forced to name someone else captain. So it’s better to pick a player who instead has external injuries. But with Rohit, this cycle of picking up regular injuries is why I am doubtful about him. This is why I feel that only a player who features in all formats should be made captain,” he added.

Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli (Image Credit: Twitter)
Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli (Image Credit: Twitter)

Gavaskar also slammed the reports which stated that the BCCI put pressure on Virat Kohli to resign from the role.

“No board would want that its captain’s hands should be tied. Sourav Ganguly, the president was a captain himself, so he wouldn’t do anything that would trouble the Indian skipper. Sure, at times there might be a few disagreements but I cannot even imagine something like that happening in Indian cricket,” he said.

India’s next assignment in Test Cricket will be a 2-match against Sri Lanka at home, starting on February 25.

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Virat Kohli, Image Source : AP IMAGE
Virat Kohli, Image Source : AP IMAGE
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Virat Kohli’s Childhood Coach Rajkumar Sharma Revealed Former’s Decision To Step Down As Test Skipper Was Not Taken In Haste

Virat Kohli recently stepped down as Test skipper. Virat Kohli’s childhood coach, Rajkumar Sharma, recently revealed that the star cricketer’s decision to relinquish the Test captaincy was not a hasty one. Rajkumar Sharma mentioned that the 33-year-old did a lot of thinking before arriving at the decision.

Speaking on YouTube show Khelneeti, Rajkumar Sharma pointed out that the former skipper prefers avoiding controversies. He also remarked that the champion batter wants to remain away from any kind of politics and would rather concentrate on contributing to the team’s success.

Virat Kohli[photo: Twitter]
Virat Kohli[photo: Twitter]

Virat Kohli Has Thought A Lot To Relinquish The Test Captaincy As He Doesn’t Want To Be Involved In Controversies: Rajkumar Sharma

Virat Kohli sent shockwaves across the cricketing world on Saturday, January 15, by resigning as India’s most successful Test captain with 40 wins in 68 matches following the team’s series loss to South Africa. He took to his social media accounts to make the shocking announcement.

Rajkumar Sharma said: “Kohli has taken the decision to relinquish the Test captaincy after a lot of thinking. He wants to enjoy his game and move on from here. He does not want to be in any controversy or indulge in any politics.”

Rajkumar Sharma also confirmed that nobody from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) asked Virat Kohli not to step down from the Test captaincy. He opined that everybody accepted his decision as it was his personal call to not continue as skipper.

Rajkumar Sharma with Virat Kohli(Getty Images)
Rajkumar Sharma with Virat Kohli(Getty Images)

“Nobody stopped Virat from resigning. Everybody accepted his decision, considering it was his personal choice to step down. I don’t think anybody felt the need to ask him to continue.”

He added that Virat Kohli seemed “very relaxed” after giving up the captaincy. Virat Kohli leaves captaincy with India at the top in the Test rankings and boasts of the best record among all Indian captains in the longest format.  He holds the record for most Test appearances as India Test captain (68) and he also holds the record for most Test wins by an Indian captain (40).

Rajkumar Sharma: Virat Kohli Wants To Be Relaxed And Concentrate On Road Ahead As A Batsman

Rajkumar Sharma noted that the right-hander wants to focus on his game. Rajkumar Sharma feels that the player can contribute significantly with this mindset and it would benefit the Indian team.

“He is quite relaxed and wants to concentrate on his game. It is good for the team if he is relaxed, as then he will be able to contribute more.” – Sharma stated.

Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma
Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma—Twitter

It is worth mentioning that Virat Kohli had given up T20I captaincy after the T20 World Cup 2021 in UAE. He was later removed as ODI skipper in December last year. While Rohit Sharma has replaced him as the team’s new white-ball skipper, the BCCI is yet to announce Virat Kohli’s successor in the longer format.

The batsman will be next seen in action in the 3 match ODI series against South Africa, which begins on January 19. The series will also mark his first ODI appearance since being succeeded as captain by Rohit Sharma. However, the Mumbai-born Sharma will remain absent from the series due to fitness issues and KL Rahul will lead the team.

When India takes the field in Paarl on Wednesday 19th January, it will be the first time in any format since October 2016 that Virat Kohli will be playing only as a player and not as captain. Since the start of 2020, Virat Kohli has scored 560 runs in 12 ODIs, at an average of 46.66 and a strike rate of 90.90.

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IPL trophy (Image Credit: Twitter)

Sri Lanka Cricket Keen To Host IPL 2022

Sri Lanka Cricket has shown a keen interest to host IPL 2022 to be played in April-May. On Thursday Sri Lanka Cricket was reacting to the reports that suggested that the BCCI marked Sri Lanka as one of the possible venues.

As the covid situation has been worsened in the country, the BCCI wants to get ready with backup options. In the recent meeting, Sri Lanka has emerged out as the frontrunner to host this mega league.

IPL Trophy. (BCCI/IPL Photo)
IPL Trophy. (BCCI/IPL Photo)

“We have seen reports and we will be happy to host the IPL in Sri Lanka. We will initiate talks with the BCCI regarding this soon, the Covid situation is not bad here in Sri Lanka and you can be assured we will be very warm hosts.” Mohan de Silva, the secretary of the SLC, told Cricbuzz.

Sri Lanka is among the most favourites to host this cash riched league as its time zone is exactly the same as India. So there won’t be any issue regarding match timing as the official broadcasters demand a prime time slot to get the most viewing. The matches usually begin at 7:30 pm and in the case of double-headers, the afternoon match is likely to begin at 3:30 pm.

Sri Lanka Cricket(Photo credit: SLC Twitter)
Sri Lanka Cricket(Photo credit: SLC Twitter)

Notable that since the Covid situation emerged, the BCCI moved IPL to UAE in the last two seasons. IPL 2021 was originally scheduled in India as the situation got worsened, they had to postpone it which eventually was concluded in September October 2021.

The full season of 2020 was held in UAE too. But this time the BCCI wants to explore options beyond UAE.

The downside of UAE is that it has only 3 venues and it’s way too expensive. And with 10 teams in this season, the BCCI wants a bigger infrastructure where 74 matches can be played. South Africa is also among other options as they also hosted IPL in 2009 when it was forced to move out due to general elections.

The BCCI will make a decision soon after a meeting with all IPL franchises. The mega auction will be held in the second week of February in Bengaluru.

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IPL trophy (Image Credit: Twitter)
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BCCI Looking To Move IPL 2022 To South Africa Or Sri Lanka

Virat Kohli & Co. might be returning to South Africa in a few months as BCCI has marked South Africa as an alternative venue to host IPL 2022 in case the Covid-19 situation doesn’t improve in the next few months. South Africa has hosted the IPL in 2009 when the tournament was moved out due to the general election in the country. The BCCI also identified Sri Lanka as another alternative since their time zone is similar to India’s one.

IPL Trophy. (BCCI/IPL Photo)
IPL Trophy. (BCCI/IPL Photo)

South Africa hosted the second edition of IPL in 2009

Since the Covid cases have been arising each day, the BCCI is mulling to move the cash riched league to another league. Earlier according to a report, there is a possibility that the whole tournament might be organized across 4 venues in Mumbai and Pune which would reduce the air time for players and players. But BCCI doesn’t want to take chances this time, given what happened last season when they had to move out the rest of the season to UAE.

UAE had hosted a previous couple of seasons for IPL during Covid-19 but BCCI is exploring the new options this around. South Africa has emerged out as a frontrunner as their time zone is 3 hours 30 minutes earlier than India so games will finish in time without sacrificing the prime time slot which the official broadcasters demand. The players often complain that matches going past midnight take a toll on their body.

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“We can’t be dependent on UAE all the time so we decided to explore more options, South Africa’s time difference also works out well for the players,”  a BCCI official said.

Notable that IPL 2022 will be a 10-team affair when a total of 74 matches are to be played so the BCCI doesn’t want to take any chance as cancelling it would be a huge loss to them. So the BCCI had already discussed the idea with the CSA.

“The place where the team was staying for the second Test is spread over several acres. There were walking tracks and even a pond on the property and that has made things easier for the players who for the last couple of years or so have been confined to their rooms on several overseas tours,” said a BCCI official.

Earlier the BCCI had to cancel all domestic tournaments including Ranji Trophy due to a sudden rise in Covid cases.

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