India versus England: The Motera Stadium, presently professing to be the biggest cricket arena on the planet, will have the last two Test matches of the progressing four-coordinate arrangement among India and England.
The Motera Stadium claims to be the biggest cricket arena on the planet. It was built in 1982, and at first had a seating limit of lodging 49,000 cricket fans. In any case, the seating limit has now been supported to more than 1,10,000 after recreation of the arena what began in October 2015, proceeding to end in February 2020. The Motera Stadium will have the last two Test matches of the continuous four-coordinate arrangement among India and England. The Test arrangement is presently drawn level at 1-1.
The Motera Stadium is spread across 63 sections of land and has four passage focuses. The field size of the arena is 180 Yards X 150 Yards.
There are changing areas enough to oblige four groups, with an exercise center accessible right close to the changing area. The arena has six indoor practice pitches with three open air practice fields.
There is further an indoor cricket foundation with a dorm for 40 competitors. The Motera Stadium additionally has a seating limit of 25 each in 76 corporate boxes.
The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in Australia, presently has the second-most noteworthy seating limit of 1,00,024. The famous Eden Gardens has the third most elevated observer limit of 66,349.
There have been two Test matches played among India and England at the Motera Stadium up until now. While the principal Test between the different sides played in 2001 finished as a draw, India arose triumphant in the second game which occurred in 2012.
The forthcoming third Test among India and England will be a day-night Test, simply the subsequent one to be held in India after the pink-ball Test against Bangladesh at the Eden Gardens in 2019.
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