ACC’s Bali AGM on Wednesday (January 31) Sets the Stage for Cricket’s important discussions and decisions .

Crucial Discussions Await at ACC’s Bali AGM :

The Annual General Meetings (AGM) of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) are set to unfold over the next couple of days in Bali, Indonesia. This gathering is expected to host crucial discussions and decisions. The main event is scheduled for Wednesday (January 31), with all members of the continental association, including Jay Shah, in attendance.

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Jay Shah , ACC , image – getty image.

One of the key topics on the agenda is the broadcast rights of the ACC. The Asia Cup, being the flagship tournament, holds significant value in world cricket, particularly within the Asian cricketing community. There might be competitive bidding for the broadcasting rights, with Disney Star holding the rights for the past eight years. However, with the dynamic landscape of sports broadcasting in India, the future remains uncertain. Notably, top broadcasters have been invited for a dinner on Tuesday to discuss these matters.

Another important decision to be made is regarding the venue for the next Asia Cup. It is understood that the tournament will be in the Twenty20 format, and potential hosts include the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman. Although there is some confusion about whether Associate members can host the championship, considering a clause specifying Full Member Asian nations as hosts, the UAE has previously hosted the event in 2018 and 2022, despite India and Sri Lanka being the designated hosts.

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While the election is not officially on the agenda, it may come up for discussion during the meeting. Currently, Jay Shah holds the position of ACC president, which rotates among Full Members every two years. However, his continuation is subject to his rumored transition to the role of International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman, an independent post. With ICC chairman elections scheduled for November, the outcome of the ACC meeting will likely shed light on various leadership roles in world cricket.

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