PCB Backs Misbah despite failure in PSL 202023 March 2020 / SkyBook365 Cricket Editors Team
Islamabad crashed out without reaching the knockout stages for the 1st time.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is in the middle of a transition phase under new president Sourav Ganguly, who took over after the Committee of Administrators' which was put in place by the Supreme Court to oversee the implementation of the Lodha reforms. At the same time, as he waits for the Supreme Courtroom to think about rolling again sure reforms, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has cautioned that without skilled individuals on the helm, even the richest and strongest cricket board may fall swiftly. Ganguly stated “continuity” was “a vital” yardstick in operating a sport and so the BCCI had approached the courtroom in a “frequent sense” transfer to think about six amendments that his administration wished to make to the board’s structure. Ganguly said, "To be honest, not many things have changed. It's been 5 years since the reforms were introduced. It's not right to say that this is the first time BCCI has gone to the court for the reforms. Also to tell the court what is practical in running the board.
Cricket Australia (CA) is set to request the BCCI to agree for more than one Day/Night Test during India's 2021 tour Down Under but Indian Board chief Sourav Ganguly on Friday said such a proposal would be a "bit too much". "I have not heard anything officially from Cricket Australia. Two out of four will be a bit too much...it can't replace traditional Test matches. But we can have one Pink Test every series," Ganguly said. Ganguly was one of the major driving forces behind India playing their maiden day-night Test last month, against Bangladesh at Eden Gardens. He has been a vocal advocate for day-night games as a means to popularise Test cricket and bring more spectators to grounds. But he is less keen on the idea of India playing two pink-ball Tests on their 2020-21 tour of Australia.
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