Troy Cooley and Kotak travel with India A to Bangladesh



With Troy Cooley, the fast bowling coach at Bengaluru's National Cricket Academy (NCA), who will function as the bowling coach, Shitanshu Kotak, the former Saurashtra hitter, has traveled with the India A team as the head coach. The temporary leadership of the A side has been assigned to T Dilip, the India fielding coach. Later on in the next month, he will join the national team.

The India A team, led by Abhimanyu Easwaran, departed for Dhaka on Thursday. They will play two four-day matches there, from November 29 to December 2 and again from December 6 to 9, which will coincide with the three-match ODI series between Bangladesh and India that begins on December 4.

On December 1, the full-strength Indian team—captained by Rohit Sharma and coached by Rahul Dravid—will depart for Bangladesh. In addition, India will compete in two Test matches from December 14–18 and December 22–26 as a part of the World Test Championship.

Ravindra Jadeja, who has yet to fully recover from his knee injury, will be replaced by Uttar Pradesh native and India A left-arm spinner Saurabh Kumar. In a few days, the national selectors will formally announce the successor. In addition to replacing the injured Yash Dayal with Kuldeep Sen and replacing Jadeja for the three ODIs, they have already announced Shahbaz Ahmed.

the selection panel for Vijay Hazare

The members of the Chetan Sharma-led selection committee, who were fired by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) after India was eliminated in the semifinals of the recently finished Twenty20 World Cup in Australia, have been conducting themselves as usual, as was previously reported. Sunil Joshi, Harvinder Singh, and Sharma, three of the four selectors, are in Ahmedabad to attend the Vijay Hazare Trophy semifinal matches. The other selector, Debasis Mohanty, has been absent because of a commitment to his family.

The BCCI is unlikely to consider two selectors - senior and junior - from the same state unit, the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association, thus L Sivaramakrishnan, who was expected to be on the next selection committee, may miss out on a spot. The head of the junior selection committee is the former captain of Tamil Nadu, Sridharan Sharath.

Sivaramakrishnan was a formidable opponent in 2020, but the Sourav Ganguly-led BCCI unexpectedly chose Joshi over him despite having the support of the TNCA. Unless the BCCI takes into account two national selectors from the same state unit, he might not be as lucky this time. Another important concern is whether the BCCI would take into account any former panelists who reapply.


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