Sandeep Patil could well retain his chief selector's post after Monday's Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) Annual General Meeting in Mumbai. North Zone selector Vikram Rathour is also likely to be retained. According to sources, the top brass of the BCCI want some continuity due to next year's World T20.
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National selectors Vikram Rathour (left), Rajinder Singh Hans, chief selector Sandeep Patil, Roger Binny and Saba Karim (right) at Brabourne stadium last year. Pic/Atul Kamble
South Zone's Roger Binny is most likely to be replaced as he faces a conflict of interest issue with son Stuart being part of Team India. Rajinder Singh Hans and Saba Karim are also in a vulnerable position.
Amarnath may return
Mohinder Amarnath may return to the selection panel after the 1983 World Cupper was replaced in 2012. It is learnt, Maharashtra Cricket Association chief Ajay Shirke is trying to push the case of former Maharashtra pacer Pandurang Salgaoncar.
Meanwhile, the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) is planning to recommend Ajit Agarkar and Amol Muzumdar for the junior India selection committee panel.
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