In the previous U-19 World Cup, held early this year in Bangladesh, several Indian players like Sarfaraz Khan, Ricky Bhui and Avesh Khan were playing in their second World Cup. This trend, several BCCI members felt, wasn’t progressive. The BCCI feels the same set of juniors player playing junior World Cup twice will deprive other players. “If any player is good, then there should be a general progress. Playing India U-19 is not the last stop. Two years ago, BCCI came up with a rule for National Cricket Academy. Any under-16 player can only be picked twice for U-16 and four times for under 19,” the source added. Also, there has been cases where many young players forge their age in such a manner that they can get a chance to play at least two World Cups. “For instance, a young player goes with such a plan when it comes to producing fake documents that if not this time then he should be eligible after three years to be part of the India U-19 side. If you compare it with the rest of the world, you will come across more Indian players who have played in a junior World Cup. Such practices needs to be stopped,” he said.