DDCA President Sneh Prakash Bansal said that they are very positive about the match happening at the Feroz Shah Kotla. They have got the backing of the government as well and are confident of making the November 17 deadline set by the BCCI

Earlier, Bedi along with many former Delhi cricketers had met Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal seeking his intervention to address the issue of rampant corruption in DDCA and its inability to host the fourth and final match against South Africa starting December 3.
Bansal though asserted that Bedi and company have painted a wrong picture in front of Kejriwal.
The Delhi CM had formed a three-member committee to probe complaints of financial irregularities and wrong-doings in the Delhi and Districts Cricket Association and a report is
expected by November 15.
"I have the highest regards for Mr. Bedi. I don't want to speak anything against him. But I believe they have presented the wrong picture in front of the Delhi CM,” said Bansal.
"Our delegation met the Kejriwal-appointed probe committee yesterday and today again and tried to clear their doubts and place our side of the story in front of them. I believe that they are satisfied with what we had to explain," he added.
Bansal said that the ball is now in the government's court as it has promised to revert as soon.

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