The controversial appeal of the referees, which was intrigued as confusing by the captain of India They grow kohli, will be discussed by the Anil Campbell-led ICC Cricket Committee during a number of meetings at the World Cricket Governing Body starting later this week.
The meeting of the almighty council is scheduled for March 30, the day under fire the future of CEO Manu Sony will also be discussed.
Sahhney is currently on leave after an internal investigation was alleged to be “abrasive” in his behavior toward the organization’s employees.
“There is an ICC quarterly, starting at the end of the week. Before that, the judges will go out for discussion. There is also a meeting of the executive directors, followed by a board meeting,” a senior official from one of the general councils told PTI.
While Kohli, after several controversial conversations with the referees, said that the rule is “confusing” and LBWs should be called upon to decide only whether the ball hits the stumps, even insignificantly.
However, the ICC has always argued that hitting the balls in the stumps is not as linear as it seems. “Ball tracking technology, like Hawk Eye, is a hawk and the error rate must be taken into account.
“The ICC Cricket Committee always makes decisions based on discussions with all stakeholders. When the Cricket Committee’s recommendation was sent to the approval board, the BCCI was also among the members who agreed,” said a source familiar with the development.
However, there is some speculation about the icy relationship between former head coach Campbell and skipper Collie when they worked together on the national team.
The Campbell-led committee changing the World Cup points system did not do well with the Indian team, which simply slipped from first to third position when a percentage points system was introduced.
Coaches Ravi Shastri and Collie were critical of the rule change, although the team performed well enough to make the World Cup final.
The future of Manu Sony, who is currently on indefinite leave, will be discussed by the board. While Sawhney has several supporters on board, most of the influential cricket boards want him removed.
That he had time and again threatened to take the FIFA World Cup from India, he wanted a bidding process to decide to host ICC tournaments, in addition to leading events each year, went against him.
The ICC Council will also review the preparations for the World T20 planned in India.