Chetan Sharma, who was appointed as the chairman of the selection committee by the BCCI, is hanging in balance as the board is likely to rejig its panel after the T20 World Cup.
As per sources, there are discussions within the BCCI on how to go about the selection process for next year’s ICC World T20. The future of Chetan Sharma is yet to be decided. He has been appointed as the chairman of the selection committee by the BCCI and he was also part of the original panel that was formed in 2014 when India won back-to-back series in South Africa.
The selection committee will be seen at work during the upcoming Test series against West Indies. It will also be a crucial time for them as they prepare for next year’s World T20 and also ICC World Test Championship 2020 schedule.
The current team composition includes Jyotiraditya Scindia, Sanjay Bangar, Sachin Tendulkar, and Rahul Dravid. The other members like Virender Sehwag, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, and Gautam Gambhir were dropped after their poor show on the Australia tour earlier this year.
The BCCI selection committee chairman Chetan Sharma hangs in the balance after India’s T20 World Cup campaign, with the board likely to rejig its panel after the tournament.
Sharma has been a member of the selection panel since 2011 and has headed up the panel for four one-day internationals and two Twenty20 matches.
The team’s performance in Bangladesh was criticized by several former players, including Sourav Ganguly, who said “the team had not performed well” and that “players should have been selected on merit”.
The selection committee chairman Chetan Sharma is in a tight spot as the BCCI is likely to rejig their panel after the T20 World Cup.
The selection committee has been under fire for being slow and inefficient, especially in picking India’s World Cup squad.
Sharma was appointed as the head of the committee, along with former India captains Sunil Gavaskar, Anil Kumble, and Ravi Shastri. However, it has been alleged that he did not perform his duties well enough even though he was given a lot of responsibilities.
The Selection Committee chairman Chetan Sharma is likely to be replaced after the World T20, according to reports.
The BCCI has decided that the existing panel will not be retained for the 2020 edition of the World T20, and will instead be replaced by a fresh one.
The Board has also decided that other members of the existing panel will not continue as part of the team.
Chetan Sharma Hangs in Balance as BCCI Likely to Rejig Panel After T20 WC
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