The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)’s apex council is set to decide on the fate of the domestic season when it meets virtually on Sunday.
Even though Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy is already underway, there is not much clarity on the future of the other tournaments, and the apex council is expected to take a call on whether it will be possible to host the Ranji Trophy.
Sportstar understands that the Board is looking at a rather curtailed Ranji Trophy, in a bio-secure environment – on the lines of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, and if all goes well, the curtailed tournament could begin sometime next month. It is believed that there would be five groups of six teams each and one group of eight teams – similar to the ongoing T20 tournament. However, the Board is figuring out a few issues.
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“It will be discussed…