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'New FTP has given meaningful context to T20s'
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'New FTP has given meaningful context to T20s'

BCCI CEO Rahul Johri is confident that the proposed Futures Tours and Programme (FTP) will give "meaningful context" to bilateral T20 Internationals -- a marked departure from the usual one-off matches. Johri presented a proposed FTP that has 81 international matches at home in the next five-year cycle, including 27 T20s. India will play 53 T20 Internationals in this phase which includes 26 away matches as well. "We discussed with everybody and the feedback that we got was that one-off T20 ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago

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BCCI to focus on games against big teams

India will host 81 matches across formats from 2019-2023, 30 more than the previous Future Tours Programme, but the number of playing days will come down with the BCCI deciding to prune the Test schedule against lesser-ranked teams. The revised FTP was agreed ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago India to play 81 matches at home from 2019-2023  Deccan Herald6 days ago Future Tours Programme: Team India to play 81 matches at home from 2019-2023  DNA6 days ago 5 year Future Tours Programme to be discussed at BCCI SGM  Zee News1 month ago
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PCB objects to BCCI's FTP structure

Lahore, Dec 11 (IANS) The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday questioned the BCCI's proposed Future Tours Programme (FTP) structure for the 2019-2023 cycle, which expectedly does not feature any India-Pakistan bilateral series. The Board of Control for ...
 Sify6 days ago PCB raises objection to BCCI's FTP structure for 2019-23  Business Standard4 days ago 'Nothing is finalised,' says BCCI acting secretary CK Khanna on cricketers' salary hike  DNA2 days ago

IPL now has window in ICC Future Tours Programme

Rohit Sharma passes on the trophy to his delighted team-mates BCCI 9:36 AM ET Nagraj Gollapudi The Indian Premier League has been all but formally recognised in the new Future Tours Programme as a global event. In the next FTP cycle (2019-23), the IPL is the ...
 ESPN Cricinfo5 days ago
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Members set to debate new FTP, Kochi compensation

The newly chalked Futures Tours Programme (FTP) and the hefty compensation of Rs 850 crore to defunct IPL franchise Kochi Tuskers Kerala will be discussed extensively when BCCI's Special General Meeting is held here tomorrow.While Rajasthan Cricket ...
 Business Standard1 week ago BCCI SGM: Members set to debate new FTP, Kochi Tuskers compensation  DNA6 days ago Members set to debate new FTP  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Virat Kohli has his way, team gets pay hike

During the meeting, it was also requested by the team management that Future Tours Programme (FTP) should be planned in such a way that there are enough rest days between two series.
 DNA2 weeks ago BCCI plans to have Future Tours Programme for women: Ratnakar Shetty  Zee News2 months ago
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BCCI set to snub Pakistan, correct flawed FTP at ICC Meet

The BCCI is all set to have its way at the ICC Futures Tours and Programmes (FTP) Meeting as the Board will keep Pakistan out of the six nations it will play during the upcoming World Test Championship.The two-day meeting is scheduled in Singapore from ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Cricket Buzz: BCCI set to snub Pakistan, correct flawed FTP  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Ganguly to help BCCI plan India's schedule for 2019-2023

'A cricketer of his stature giving inputs on FTP would be a great thing.'   IMAGE: Sourav Ganguly, right, with India captain Virat Kohli. Photograph: BCCI The working group of the Board of Control for Cricket in India on the International Cricket Council's Futures Tours and Programme (FTP) will have former India captain Sourav Ganguly in all likelihood, while CEO Rahul Johri will only be included if the Committee of Administrators puts pressure on the office-bearers.Last Monday, the BCCI ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Day-night Test cricket is inevitable: Ganguly  Rediff.com3 days ago
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Pakistan upset at being ignored in proposed ICC FTP

IMAGE: Pakistan cricket fans. Photograph: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Pakistan has expressed its displeasure over the nation getting lower share of matches in the new proposed ICC Future Tours Programme (FTP).   In the new tentative four-year FTP discussed recently at the ICC chief executives meeting in Singapore, Pakistan have been allotted just 28 Tests, the joint-lowest of the established Test sides alongside New Zealand, with only Zimbabwe, Afghanistan and Ireland playing fewer games. In ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago CoA welcomes BCCI decision to host Afghans for first-ever Test  Deccan Herald5 days ago India to host Afghanistan for first-ever Test  Sify6 days ago Afghanistan to play first Test in India, BCCI ignores Pakistan  Rediff.com6 days ago

Ireland, Afghanistan set to play consistent Test cricket

lebrate claiming the 2015-17 Intercontinental Cup title Peter Della Penna 12:51 PM ET Nagraj Gollapudi Ireland and Afghanistan's desire to play consistent Test cricket is on the verge of fulfillment as both countries are scheduled to play a combined total of ...
 ESPN Cricinfo4 days ago
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