It was a busy day right here when BCCI’s interim CEO Hemang Amin flew right down to Chennai.
And he held an pressing assembly with the TNCA officers. On the agenda was permitting crowds for the second Take a look at right here; the first Take a look at will probably be “a closed door” affair with out a single spectator or the media.
It stays unclear whether or not Amin had discussions with the England crew on the problem. And there may nonetheless be a roadblock right here.
TNCA secretary R.S. Ramaswamy mentioned right here on Tuesday, “The BCCI instructed us that we may have 50% of the stadium full for the spectators for the second Take a look at.
“The media too can be allowed. We aren’t involved about England as a result of we report back to the BCCI.”
No England response
Until the time of writing there was no response from England about the spectators being allowed for the second Take a look at. The primary Take a look at begins on February 5 and the second, Feb. 13.
The issue is that the Take a look at sequence was agreed between the BCCI and the ECB, to be a “closed door” affair.
A supply in the TNCA mentioned, “Allow us to no less than conduct the first Take a look at behind `closed doorways’ as a part of that settlement.
“Let the England crew be satisfied about the safety preparations in the stadium.
“Then we really feel they are going to be in a greater way of thinking to conform to spectators for the second Take a look at.”
It does seem the final phrase has not but been mentioned on the topic.