The International Cricket Council (ICC) Board has come together in London for its fourth and final meeting of the year.
They will be discussing the outcomes of the ICC Chief Executives' Meeting in September, including issues such as the Future Tours Programme, bad light, the Decision Review System and One-Day International playing conditions.
They will be provided with an update on anti-corruption matters and ICC events including a venue report on the progress of construction work ahead of the ICC World Twenty20 2014 in Bangladesh.
Also, there will be recommendations from other committees including the Governance Review and the Finance and Commercial Affairs Committee (F&CA).
The ICC Board is made up of the chairman of president of the 10 Full Members as well as three elected Associate Member representative. The ICC President attends and chairs the meeting while the ICC Chief Executive and Vice-President are also present.
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