Srinagar, July 04: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is planning to increase domestic cricketers’ match for the upcoming domestic season.
The cricket body has received a proposal to increase the match fee, which is likely to get a green signal. The Sourav Ganguly-led administration had recently met in Mumbai to discuss this proposal.
As per a report published by Dainik Jagron, a Hindi daily, first-class cricketers, who have played more than 20 matches, will be paid ₹60,000 per day from next season instead of ₹35000. While players with less than 20 games will be paid ₹45,000 per day.
In the meeting, the BCCI also decided to compensate the players for the curtailed 2020-21 season.