Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Ending the uncertainty surrounding India’s tour of South Africa, the BCCI on Tuesday confirmed that it has agreed it.
India will now play two Tests and three ODIs against South Africa after Cricket South Africa confirmed that its CEO Haroon Lorgat will be kept away from the matters regarding BCCI.
The series has been curtailed after BCCI took exception to the CSA`s "unilateral" announcement of the itinerary in July.
The Indian cricket board has also announced an ICC investigation against Lorgat.
The allegations against Lorgat relate to his role in the statement issued by ICC`s former legal head David Becker that the BCCI`s flouting of the FTP could have legal implications.