Leadership plan post-Rohit’s tenure, Gen-Next spinner, Rishabh Pant’s replacement – CAC interviews candidates for national selection committee

Three-year leadership plan once Rohit Sharma’s captaincy tenure ends, Gen-Next spinners across format, and Pant’s possible replacement in forthcoming Border Gavaskar Trophy – First round of interviews for the five posts of the Indian senior national selection committee, which was conducted on Monday, revolved around the above mentioned three questions.

According to fresh reports, the Cricket Advisory Committee will interview the second slot of candidates on Tuesday. Reportedly, Chetan Sharma is likely to continue as the chairman of the selection committee with Harvinder Singh (Central Zone). RevSportz report has confirmed the name of former Indian opener Shiv Sunder as frontrunner to join the panel.

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Earlier a report published in PTI stated that the future roadmap of Indian cricket is the central point of the interview. “What should be a three-year leadership plan across formats once Rohit Sharma’s captaincy tenure ends?” “What is the pool of Gen-Next spinners that we have across formats?” “Is any 2022 U-19 World Cup-winning player ready to be upgraded to the highest level?” ”Can there be any other option apart from KS Bharath, who could be tried as Test keeper in Rishabh Pant’s absence?” read the PTI report.

Following Rishabh Pant’s horrific car-accident and likely possibility of his unavailability from the international contest, CAC tried to understand the probable prospect who can don gloves across format. KS Bharat, and Ishan Kishan are likely frontrunners to be India’s preferred wicketkeeper choice.

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Looking at upcoming Asia Cup, World Cup 2023 and T20 WC 2024, BCCI plans to prepare a proper roadmap, keeping youngsters in mind.

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