IND vs NZ: Like England, will the rotation policy be seen in Team India too? BCCI may make changes with New Zealand series

BCCI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) may soon announce the rotation policy for Team India. If this happens, then the players will get rest and they will not be forced to live in the bio bubble for a long time. After complaints of bio-bubble fatigue from players including captain Virat Kohli and star fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah, the BCCI is considering bringing a policy on the lines of the England Cricket Board (ECB). It is believed that this policy will start with the home series against New Zealand. 

Actually, players’ performance is also affected if they stay in the bio bubble for a long time. After the disappointing performance of Team India in the T20 World Cup, discussions are going on about this matter. Team India plans to play several series in 2022 and 2023. It also includes T20 World Cup and ODI World Cup. If this policy is implemented, many young players can get a chance. BCCI is taking bio-bubble fatigue seriously. This is the reason why many senior players have been rested in the T20 series against New Zealand and young faces have got a chance in their place. 

Will these changes happen during Rahul Dravid’s tenure?

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