New Delhi: Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) Special Commissioner K Madhavan will not summon any more players in connection with the betting and match-fixing scandal and will submit his report to BCCI on November 25. Mr Madhavan said here that he was still awaiting comments from the Board on observations made by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) against their functioning. He added that they had sought a couple of days more before framing their reply since the members needed to consult each other. "I have been told the delay is due to necessity of members of BCCI having to consult each other in submitting the replies and their frequent touring in connection with their own commercial and industrial activities," Mr Madhavan said." As the extension of time sought by BCCI is only two days, I have acceded to their request," I have accepted it.The report in respect of the Board would be submitted on November 27, he added. As regards CBI findings against players and others in respect of betting and match-fixing, Mr Madhavan said he did not consider it necessary to summon any more persons. "After considering the CBI report and the statements made before me by the players and others, I do not consider it necessary to summon and examine any other person in regard to the inquiry which I am doing in my capacity as BCCI Commissioner," Mr Madhavan said. Mr Madhavan said as already indicated by him earlier, he would be submitting the report to BCCI president Dr A C Muthiah in Chennai on November 25. Mr Madhavan said the report he proposed to submit on Saturday "will relate to only the individual persons, who have been named by the CBI in its report for allegedly involved in betting and match-fixing."