Sudden meeting between Jay Shah and Rahul Dravid in America

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah and Team India head coach Rahul Dravid recently had a meeting in Miami. This meeting can be called a routine conversation in the beginning, but it does not seem so. The meeting took place before the start of the two Twenty20 Internationals against the West Indies on 12 and 13 August in Lauderhill, Florida.

According to Cricbuzz, the meeting reportedly lasted for around two hours and was held at the hotel where the BCCI secretary was staying. When the Indian team was put up at the Marriott in Miami, Rahul Dravid tried to drive to meet the BCCI chief. The meeting came at a time when Jay Shah was in the US for a personal visit, and was also caught on television cameras during the fifth and final T20 match on 13 August.

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It may appear to be a routine occurrence, but the importance of this meeting should not be underestimated. This comes before two important series for the Indian team namely the Asia Cup and the World Cup. However, there is no clear information about whether any plan would have been made for these two big tournaments in this meeting.

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The question also remains whether there will be any increase in the coaching staff. As of now, there is no information available about any new staff joining the preparatory camp for the Asia Cup. This preparatory camp for the Asia Cup is scheduled to begin on August 24 at Alur in Bengaluru.

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Now a contingent of the Indian team is in Ireland, where three T20 matches will be played and the team will be led by Jasprit Bumrah, who is going to be seen in action after almost 11 months. Here, Team India’s entire focus is on the Asia Cup. There is no information about when the Asia Cup team will be final. However, it is being said that the Indian team for the Asia Cup can be announced after the first T20 match against Ireland.

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