Learn what BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has said about the ongoing controversy between team management and selectors over Shubman Gill

There is a quarrel between Indian cricket team selectors and the team’s governing body over the replacement of Shubman Gill. Due to an injury, Shubman has been ruled out of the entire Test series against England. Gill replaces Mayank Agarwal and K.L. Rahul is on the Indian side, but the team’s management wants to call Prithvi Shah and Devadath Padikkal to England. It is believed that the selectors refused to send Shah-Padikkal to England. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has given his comment on the issue.

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Responding to the controversy over the decision not to send any other player to England to replace the injured opener Shubman Gill, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chairman Sourav Ganguly said it was a matter for the select committee. Ganguly said this on his 49th birthday. The management of the Indian team, through its managing manager, Girish Dongre, on June 28, has asked for two starters to replace Gill. He also suggested the names of Prithvi Shah and Devadut Padikkal. But with four starters already in the squad, selection committee chairman Chetan Sharma sent out no formal formal reply two days ago.

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Shah and Padikkal are currently in Sri Lanka for a limited-overs series, where the Shikhar Dhawan-led India team will play three ODIs and several T20Is. India, led by regular captain Virat Kohli, will play a five-Test series against England from August 4. Ganguly also promised to host the remaining matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in the UAE in September. He said, ‘Nothing will happen, we will handle everything. It will launch in September. Ganguly reiterated that the BCCI needs to host this year’s ICC T20 World Cup in the UAE keeping in view the safety of all stakeholders. It was supposed to be held in India earlier.

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