Eden Gardens set for first ODI in five years

The upcoming India v Sri Lanka ODI will be the first Eden Nurseries, Kolkata, will have for over five years.

Virat Kohli
‘s men beat Australia by 50 runs in that match hung on September 21, 2017. With an ODI occurring after so lengthy, Cricket Relationship of Bengal (Taxi) president Snehasish Ganguly is sure of the arena being pressed.

Ganguly expressed: “34,000 of the 66,000 tickets will be offered to the normal public. With ticket deals working on each hour, the match is supposed to be a rat. Sri Lankan extraordinary Kumar Sangakkara will ring the chime before the beginning of the game.”

The weather conditions will be cold and there will be some haze. Subsequently, everyone’s eyes will be on how the 22-yard strip will act. Caretaker Sujan Mukherjee guaranteed that there would be no bad things to say about the pitch. “There will be speed and skip on the pitch. I will cut a couple of centimeters of grass upon the arrival of the match with the goal that spinners likewise discover a few turns. There will be something for all bowlers,” Mukherjee commented.

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With dew expected to show up after 6 pm, the throw is probably going to turn out to be more pivotal. “It [dew] isn’t in anybody’s grasp however sufficient safety measure will be taken to limit it. The initial four and a half hours will be played on even conditions and afterward when the dew shows up, bowlers could have a smidgen of trouble holding the ball,” Mukherjee added.

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