The yo-yo test and dexa will be part of the selection criteria, one of the main suggestions coming from the senior men’s team review meeting convened by the Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI) in Mumbai on Sunday. must also complete a crucial domestic season to be selected for the national team. BCCI further said the NCA will work with his IPL franchisees to track eligible Indian players to compete in the IPL 2023, while also taking into account preparations for the men’s FTP and ICC CWC 2023.
The meeting was held ahead of the whiteball series against Sri Lanka starting 3 January in Mumbai. After failing to win in an ICC event since England beat India by 10 wickets in the men’s T20 World Cup semi-final and won his Champions trophy in 2013 under the captaincy of MS Dhoni. , this tournament was held.
BCCI also said issues of player availability, workload management and fitness parameters were also discussed in detail during the meeting, along with a roadmap to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 in India later this year. By the way, his last ODI World Cup title for India came in 2011 at home.
The meeting included BCCI President Roger Binney, Honorary Secretary Jay Shah, Captain Rohit Sharma, Head Coach Rahul Dravid, Cricket (NCA) Head VVS Laxman and Senior Men’s Selection Committee Chair Chetan Sharma. attended and the committee was dismissed in November.
Key recommendations –
Emerging players have to play a substantial domestic season to qualify for selection to the national team.
Yo-Yo Test and Dexa will be part of the selection criteria and implemented into a customized roadmap for the central pool of players.
With men’s FTP and ICC CWC 2023 preparations in mind, NCA will work with IPL franchisees to monitor eligible Indian players attending IPL 2023.