India clinched the series 3-0 against SA. (Source: BCCI)

After a clean sweep win against South Africa in the Test series, Team India is now going to face Bangladesh. The BCCI selectors are scheduled to meet on October 24 for the schedule of three T20 and two Test matches starting on November 11.

Whether or not Virat Kohli will play in this series will also be decided on this day. According to BCCI source, Virat, who has been facing the pressure of captaincy in every format of the game continuously since the World Cup. Virat can be rested and responsibility of Team India could be given to vice-captain Rohit Sharma.

If sources are to be believed, this meeting to be held in Mumbai is very important and will take place immediately after the BCCI Annual General Meeting (AGM). With this, the newly elected BCCI President Sourav Ganguly may also meet Kohli separately.

It is noteworthy that whether captain Virat Kohli will play in the upcoming 3 matches International T20 series against Bangladesh? In response to this, BCCI-elected new president Sourav Ganguly said on Monday, “I will talk to Virat. It is up to him whether he plays in this series or not. Let us know that Bangladesh has to play two Tests against India in Indore and Kolkata.

Bangladesh cricket team announced a boycott
On the other hand, there is a cloud of suspicion on the Bangladeshi cricket team’s visit to India. Cricketers of Bangladesh decided to boycott cricket on Monday. All of them says that all will not participate in any cricket tournament until their demands are met. The players have given their list of demands to the Bangladesh Cricket Board, in which a total of 11 demands have been made. It also includes a demand to revamp the franchise model. However, Sourav Ganguly expressed confidence on Monday when the team visited.