Hindustan Times – The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has reportedly conveyed to the International Cricket Council (ICC) that any new international calendar would need to have two reserved windows for India’s home season — October-November and February-March.

Summary

  • The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has reportedly conveyed to the International Cricket Council (ICC) that any new international calendar would need to have two reserved windows for India’s home season — October-November and February-March.
  • (INDvSL 1st TEST LIVE BLOG)The decision comes after the ICC gave the green light to the Test championship and one-day international league earlier this year.
  • The 13-team ODI league would be introduced from 2021 and determine which teams qualify for the World Cup in India two years later.
  • “The BCCI’s stance has been that these are our windows we will play at home,” a BCCI member told ESPNcricinfo.
  • Here’s the full list –But during the February-March window since 2007, India have also toured South Africa, Australia and New Zealand apart from playing at home.


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