The fight lines are drawn before the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) Tours and Fixtures advisory group meets in New Delhi on Tuesday to audit the choice to reschedule the Bengal versus Gujarat Ranji Trophy match to Vizag, from December 15-18.
The Group “A” fixture was surrendered without a ball being delivered in New Delhi a month ago because of a massive rain cloud.
Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) and Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) had protested the choice, as they felt that rescheduling the Bengal-Gujarat and in addition the Hyderabad-Tripura Group `C’ tie, which was likewise surrendered for a similar reason after the fulfillment of the class stage would give the groups an unjustifiable shot at capability for the knockout stage.
The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) on Monday shot off a letter to the BCCI calling attention to that Clause (3.5.3) of the Ranji Trophy playing condition expresses that a match can be relinquished if “the circumstance is bad to the point that there is evident and predictable risk to the wellbeing of players and would be absurd or risky for play to take place….”
Taxicab joint secretary Avishek Dalmiya contemplated in the letter that match arbitrator P Ranganathan had given an announcement to the press that “this is unanticipated condition… so there is no doubt of sharing focuses” and that the BCCI had acknowledged his choice.
Dalmiya claimed that in the “bigger enthusiasm of the diversion”, the choice (to reschedule the matches) ought not be audited.
BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke has as of now said that as a few individuals raised the issue amid the BCCI’s full individuals’ meeting in New Delhi last Friday , the senior competition board will survey the choice on Tuesday ,a day prior to Bengal begin their match against Madhya Pradesh at Palam ground in New Delhi.