New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) Disciplinary Committee meeting to discuss the Madhavan report on match-fixing and betting has been shifted to New Delhi from Calcutta on the request of the players. The meeting had been scheduled just ahead of the Special General Body meeting on November 29 and the five players named in CBI report on match-fixing were called to appear before it following the inquiry by BCCI's Special Commissioner K Madhavan. But now the meeting has been shifted to Delhi for November 28 on the request of the players, BCCI vice-president C K Khanna, a member of the committee said after receiving an intimation to the effect from the office of Board president. The committee, after hearing the five players - Mohammed Azharuddin, Ajay Jadeja, Nayan Mongia, Manoj Prabhakar and Ajay Sharma - will finalise its report and present it to the Special General Body. Meanwhile, Mr Khanna has requested Board president Dr A C Muthiah, also the chairman of the disciplinary committee, to drop him from the panel as one of its original members Kamal Morarka was back from his foreign trip. South Zone vice-president Ram Prasad is the third member of the disciplinary committee.