BCCI advisory committee members - Ganguly, Laxman and Tendulkar will help the Indian team as well.Reuters

The new BCCI advisory committee members comprising of Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman have huge experience of playing in the international cricket and they are aware of India's poor performance abroad. They may be eager to correct India's performances on foreign soil.

These stalwarts of the game have suggested that there is a need for more overseas tour for the Indian 'A' team.

"The three of them (Ganguly, Tendulkar and Laxman) have suggested more overseas tours for the India 'A' team so that they are in tune with competitive cricket and we have a good bench strength for the future, keeping in mind the upcoming T20 World Cup," BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur told media persons.

The Indian team have always been a formidable team when they play at home, but they often fail to perform in pitches, which offer bounce and swing absent in Indian conditions. 

After the appointment of these legends of the game in the board advisory committee, it has been made clear that they will help the Indian senior team whenever required and can even travel with the team.

But it was stated that the trio will not travel with the national team for the upcoming Bangladesh tour, which starts on 10 June.

"They have confirmed that they would be available for helping the teams out, taking time out of their busy schedule. If need be the trio can even travel with the team, but they are not going to Bangladesh," added Thakur.

With Tendulkar, Ganguly and Laxman forming an important committee, there are huge expectations from Indian cricket fans that they will help in improving Indian cricket and take them on the right path to success.

The BCCI advisory committee took an important decision in their first meet by appointing Rahul Dravid as the coach of the Indian A team, to which the former Indian captain has also agreed.