“Kindly safeguard that losses towards ticketing and hotel stay are singular to a border borne by ICC.”
“From a essence of your email, a CoA does not see any value serve to a BCCI in your merely examination a three-T20 India-England games to be played in England.
“Hence, if we wish to attend these games, pleasantly safeguard that BCCI does not catch any losses in this regard,” a mail serve read.
BCCI CEO Rahul Johri has also sent a identical mail to a CoA, informing that he will be returning to a nation after examination a initial dual England T20Is.
“I will be travelling to Dublin on Jun 26 and lapse to Mumbai on Jul 8 as we will stay behind to attend a initial dual games of a India-England array in Jul 3 and Jul 6. This is for your information,” Johri’s mail read.
Significantly, a International Cricket Council’s (ICC) annual discussion is scheduled to be hold in Dublin from Jun 28 to Jul 2 while a initial India-Ireland T20I is also in Dublin on Jun 27.
Later, a men-in-blue will face hosts England in a three-match T20I series, starting Jul 3.
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