White-ball series between India and Afghanistan under consideration is clouded


It appears unlikely that India will play Afghanistan in a white-ball series. Cricbuzz grasps that the Leading group of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is finding it challenging to plan the three-game ODI series in the restricted time accessible between the World Test Title last (from June 7 to 12) and an undeniable series in the Caribbean from July 12 to August 13 including two Tests, three ODIs and five T20Is.

It is understood that the original plan was for the team to play three games from June 20 to June 30, with the team traveling to the Caribbean around July 7. Presently with the Asia Cup planning for September expected to be affirmed in the approaching not many days, sources in the BCCI say the players will be denied of rest in front of the more significant task of the World Cup in October-November.

The BCCI officials were unwilling to provide any specifics, but it appears that there are a few additional reasons for the reconsideration. One potential explanation could be that the BCCI's transmission manage Disney Star has finished and the new delicate has not emerged at this point. There is always the possibility of an interim arrangement, but the big question is whether the board will get the right price for the bilateral series before a full-fledged tender.

Mirwais Ashraf, president of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB), is currently in India after being invited by the BCCI to attend the IPL final here. Additionally, there will be a meeting of the ACC on the eve of the May 28 final, and the two boards may take advantage of the occasion to discuss this brief bilateral series. At this point, it appears unlikely that a final decision will be made, barring a last-minute change of heart.

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