Ravi Shastri to continue as executive for Bangladesh tour

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Ravi Shastri has been named India's team executive for the up and coming visit to Bangladesh, although Sanjay Bangar, Bharat Arun and R Sridhar will proceed as colleague mentors for the visit. In any case, the long haul training arrangements are prone to be concluded in counsel with the cricket report council before India's visit to Zimbabwe in July.

The arrangements, reported by the BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur, implied the main name missing from India's drilling staff from the World Cup was Duncan Fletcher's, whose contract has finished.

Shastri is comprehended to have been occupied with a long haul position, either as head mentor or group executive yet until further notice, he has concurred for the transient task of one Test and three ODIs in Bangladesh.

Since the BCCI would not like to rope in new representatives for the short visit, the three pro mentors were additionally held. One of the three is in peril of losing his post after the Bangladesh arrangement.

Then, the prominent cricket report board is prone to meet in Kolkata on June 6 to illuminate the technique for naming the head mentor or group chief. Other than Shastri, the BCCI is accepted to have been in contact with previous Sri Lanka mentor Tom Moody and Royal Challengers Bangalore head mentor Daniel Vettori.

While Moody is comprehended to have been suggested by VVS Laxman, his partner at Sunrisers Hyderabad, Vettori has been prescribed by Test chief Kohli.

Shastri had been named chief of cricket after India's poor execution in the Test arrangement in England a year ago and the BCCI had delegated Bangar, Arun and Sridhar as collaborator mentors in the meantime. Their residencies with the Indian group were then reached out until the end of the 2015 World Cup.

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