The upcoming bilateral tour of South Africa is expected to be the hot topic of discussion when the working committee of the BCCI meets here on Sunday.
Some of the BCCI officials indicated without coming on record that the proposed tour in November will be discussed threadbare and an alternate schedule may be finalised.
The previously announced schedule had the two countries playing three Tests, seven ODIs and two T20s.
The interim BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya had previously spoken about making some changes in the itinerary and the working committee is likely to take a final call on this.
Many feel that the reported schism in the relation between BCCI and Cricket South Africa over the appointment of the former ICC CEO Haroon Lorgat as the latter’s CEO will have some impact on the decision.
Another issue that may come up for discussion is the interim report of the Anti-Corruption and Security Unit chief Ravi Sawani, who has submitted an internal probe report on the alleged match-fixing row to the BCCI.
With the BCCI apparently getting replies from the players it had show-caused after getting the Sawani report, the meeting may bring up the issue in the light of the new developments.
There are also suggestions that the two-member internal probe panel investigating the IPL spot-fixing allegations has submitted its report to the BCCI.
But the BCCI officials have denied receiving any such report and have ruled out having any major discussion on this subject.
The BCCI president N. Srinivasan will not attend the meeting. Kasi Viswanathan, the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association secretary, will be representing the State body where Mr. Srinivasan is the president.