Indian team to gather in Delhi on June 5; SA show up on June 2
With the IPL done and tidied, the focal point of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has now moved to global cricket and it has requested that the Indian players arrive at New Delhi, the setting of the first of the five-match Twenty20 International series against South Africa, by June 5. The messages were sent on Monday (May 30) and the group will have a couple of training meetings before the principal game in the capital on June 9.
The BCCI has proactively reported a 18-part crew with KL Rahul as chief and Rishabh Pant as bad habit skipper. The group will play the other four games in Cuttack on June 12, Vizag on June 14, Rajkot on June 17 lastly adjust the series in Bangalore on June 19.
A Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) official has affirmed the Indian group’s get together on June 5. The Cricket South Africa (CSA) said the Temba Bavuma side, which additionally incorporates the IPL winning group Gujarat Titans’ star batsman David Miller, will arrive at Delhi on Thursday (June 2).
The Indian Test crew, as recently announced, will leave for England on June 16 while another white-ball crew, headed for Ireland for two T20 games, will withdraw on June 23-24. Rahul, Pant, and Shreyas Iyer, who are important for the Test and T20 crews, will leave for the UK after the last game on June 19. They will fly straightforwardly from Bangalore.
The BCCI has proactively affirmed to Cricbuzz that the Ireland-bound group will be trained by VVS Laxman and his group of mentors, physios and coaches of the National Cricket Academy (NCA) without even a trace of Dravid, who will be expected to be with the Test side in England. In any case, it is as yet not satisfactory in the event that Dravid will deal with the entire South Africa series or leave on June 16 with the Test players, giving over the T20 group to Laxman. Dravid didn’t answer a message from this site.