While New Zealand's Greg Barclay and Singapore's Imran Khwaja are the only candidates for the ICC chairman, the BCCI is more inclined towards the former, a senior official from the board told Times of India on Thursday. Showing his support towards New Zealand Cricket, the official said that Khawaja's policy positioning is not in favour of Indian cricket. However, the official also said that if Khawaja comes on the same page as BCCI, things might change. After serving 2 terms, the post was vacated by India's Shashank Manohar this year in July. The 16 member ICC board that will vote in December will look to find a unanimous candidate.