In recent news for Indian cricket, BCCI’s top brass will be leaving for England on the 30th of June.
They will witness India making history if they defeat England in the 5th and final Test at Birmingham.
A BCCI official in a short interview said that everything has been planned out and all top officials will be going to England.
Apart from the 5th Test, BCCI wants to have a discussion regarding a longer window for IPL 2023 with ECB’s Managing Director Rob Key.
They will also discuss the Women’s IPL which the BCCI wants to start next year.
ECB has been quite supportive to BCCI and so hopefully the talks will be fruitful in regards to the IPL.
BCCI has already discussed its plan with ICC last month during the IPL final.
However, after the Test series, none of the officials will be attending the white-ball series between England and India.
Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Jasprit Bumrah along with other players will leave for England on the 16th of June.
KL Rahul and Rishabh Pant will go to England on the 20th of June after completion of the South Africa series at home.