India is all ready to host the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 after 12 years. Final time, it was in 2011 when India hosted the World Cup and bagged the trophy on its house floor. With all of the groups having their gamers skilled as much as the core, the World is able to witness the a lot anticipated wrestle to win over the trophy.
For this goal, the Board of Management for Cricket (BCCI) made an announcement a couple of months in the past that 5 venues shall be revamped forward of the World Cup. Amongst these, one such stadium is the well-known Eden Gardens Stadium situated in Kolkata. Inbuilt 1864, Eden Gardens is among the oldest and third largest cricket stadiums on the earth.
What number of matches shall be performed within the iconic stadium?
Additionally referred as ‘the Mecca of Indian Cricket’, Eden Gardens is all set to host 5 matches of the World Cup with one being the Semi Finals stage 2 scheduled to be performed on 16 November.
Other than this, Eden Gardens is the venue for 4 different matches between Netherlands–Bangladesh, Pakistan-Bangladesh, India–South Africa and England-Pakistan.
ICC’s inspection of the bottom
The delegation group of the Worldwide Cricket Council together with BCCI has already paid a go to to the venue with an goal to examine the infrastructure’s capacity to deal with a big crowd. Cricket Affiliation of Bengal President Snehasis Ganguly has already confirmed that the group didn’t have a lot commentary and that they’re glad with the work. The one factor that must be a bit labored on are washrooms. He additional added that they’re already on the dialogue stage for the aim.
With the event all set to be performed over 10 cities of India primarily Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Lucknow, Dharamshala, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru, and Kolkata, the Males in Blue are set to lock horns with Australia on the MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai on October 13.