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Thatscricket - News - India seeks change in ATC final venue

Published: Monday, August 6, 2001, 23:53 [IST]
 
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New Delhi: With a little over a month left for the much-hyped Asian Test Championship involving Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, the tournament has run into rough weather with India insisting on changing Dhaka as the venue for the final.[an error occurred while processing this directive]Cricket Board Secretary Jaywant Lele has written to the Asian Cricket Council and its affiliate Asian Cricket Foundation that if Bangladesh does not reach the final of the quadrangular Test tourney, then Dhaka should not host it, BCCI sources said.He wrote that India should be the venue for the final in the event of India and Pakistan making it to the final. "If India and Sri Lanka make the final, it should be held in Sri Lanka," Lele said in the letter. The sources said BCCI has not received any reply so far and that it might be difficult for India to participate in the tournament if the venue for the final was undecided by then.The ACF, organisers of the tournament, are also still to finalise sponsorship and telecast rights, the sources confirmed. PTI

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