The Board Of Control For Cricket In India Will Meet To Discuss Overhaul
The Board of Control For Cricket In India will meet Monday to "discuss and ratify the technical committee's recommendations for overhauling domestic cricket," according to the PTI. The technical committee recommended "some sweeping changes." Per the recommendations, the Elite and Plate groups are to be replaced by three groups of nine teams each. Each team will play eight matches at the league stage. Three teams from Groups A and B, and two from Group C, will qualify for the knockout phase. The quarterfinals, semifinals and the final will be five-day games (PTI, 7/15).