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Rahul Dravid likely to be part of selection meeting

Updated on: 20 August,2023 08:17 AM IST  |  New Delhi
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It is still not confirmed whether both skipper Rohit Sharma and Dravid will attend the meeting physically or join through video conference

Rahul Dravid likely to be part of selection meeting

Rahul Dravid

The Indian selection panel, led by Ajit Agarkar, is likely to go for a 17-member squad for the upcoming Asia Cup in order to check out all possible options ahead of the ODI World Cup, starting October 5.


It is also learnt that BCCI is bucking the convention for the first time and head coach Rahul Dravid will also be present in his official capacity during the meeting scheduled in the national capital on Monday morning.


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It can be confirmed that neither Ravi Shastri nor Anil Kumble were part of selection meetings during their tenure as national coach. But it must be mentioned that unlike Cricket Australia, where chief coach is a part of NSP (National Selection Panel), in India, neither coach nor captain has a right to vote.

It is still not confirmed whether both skipper Rohit Sharma and Dravid will attend the meeting physically or join through video conference.

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