The upcoming three-match ODI sequence between India and West Indies which is slated to start from February 6 onwards, and which can be performed within the Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera, Ahmedabad can be performed behind closed doorways.
This choice of holding all of the three One-day Internationals between the Rohit Sharma-led Indian workforce and Kieron Pollard’s West Indies with none spectators within the Motera Stadium was introduced by the Gujarat Cricket Affiliation (GCA) on their official Twitter account.
The primary ODI between the 2 sides can be a historic one as India will turn into the primary workforce in one-day cricket historical past to play 1000 ODI matches.
“We’re all set to host West Indies Tour of India ODI Sequence 2022. 1st ODI on sixth of Feb can be a really particular and historic match as India can be taking part in it’s one thousandth ODI. Indian workforce would be the first cricket workforce on the planet to realize this feat,” Gujarat Cricket Affiliation (GCA) tweeted.
“Contemplating the present state of affairs, all of the matches can be performed behind the closed doorways,” it added.
Contemplating the present state of affairs, all of the matches can be performed behind the closed doorways.
— Gujarat Cricket Affiliation (Official) (@GCAMotera) February 1, 2022
Eden Gardens In Kolkata To Host The India V West Indies T20I Sequence With 75% Capability Crowd
However, the Cricket Affiliation of Bengal (CAB) introduced that the three-match T20I sequence between India and West Indies will see a 75% crowd within the Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata. This comes after the West Bengal authorities on Monday issued a notification about the identical.
As per the West Bengal state authorities notification issued on Monday, “all indoor and out of doors sports activities actions can be allowed with 75 % of the capability of the venue”, which suggests a crowd of round 50,000 may be anticipated.
“We’re grateful to the honorable Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, chief secretary and Authorities of West Bengal for asserting resumption of sporting actions in addition to for permitting 75 per cent of the capability of spectators again to the stadium. We really feel that it’ll give a recent lease of life to the sports activities individuals of the state,” CAB president Avishek Dalmiya stated in a press release.
“After the New Zealand T20I final 12 months, this time too, CAB is assured that it will likely be capable of efficiently host the three T20Is in opposition to the West Indies in the same method,” he added.