Venkatesh Prasad: There is a possibility that former Indian player Venkatesh Prasad will be appointed as the new chairman of the BCCI selection committee. It seems that BCCI will announce his name soon. The Board of Control for Cricket in India will take up the appointment of the new selection committee by the end of this month.
India’s former bowler Venkatesh Prasad is one of the most experienced cricketers. He has served Team India as a fast bowler for many years. Prasad played 161 ODIs in his career and took 196 wickets. He also represented 33 Tests and took 96 wickets. Currently he has submitted his application for the post of BCCI Selection Committee Chairman. It is reported that his name is likely to be announced officially soon.
CAC will interview all the shortlisted cricketers next week before announcing the new selection committee chairman. Former Selection Committee Chairman Chetan Sharma has also re-applied for the post. But it seems that BCCI and CAC are not willing to give Chetan another chance.
Currently Venkatesh Prasad is the commentator. He applied for the post of India’s head coach once before. But could not become a coach.
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The way Team India plays ODIs should change
In the ongoing three ODI series against Bangladesh, India After losing two matches in a row, it is being criticized. In this context, former Indian fast Bowler Venkatesh Prasad He made several key suggestions for Team India.
‘Limited Overs Cricket&rsquo India’s approach to playing is a decade old. In the 2015 World Cup, England made drastic changes after exiting the tournament in the first round. Team India also needs to make drastic changes to become a strong team. Ever since the start of IPL, we (Team India) have won the T20 World Cup. did not win In the last 5 years, India have performed poorly in ODIs at times. However, lessons were not learned from the mistakes made. This policy must change’ suggests Venkatesh Prasad.
India is innovating in so many fields across the world. But when it comes to playing Limited overs cricket, our approach is a decade old. England after the 2015 WC first round exit took tough calls and turned around to become such an exciting team, India need to take tough calls..
— Venkatesh Prasad (@venkateshprasad) December 7, 2022
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