World Cup 2023: ICC Team Doing Recee Of Indian Stadiums Set To Host World Cup Matches

A team of the International Cricket Council is currently in India and visiting the stadiums that will host the World Cup 2023 matches.

The teams comprise security, events, and broadcast experts and has already started their assessment. As reported by Cricbuzz, the ICC team has visited Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, Chepauk in Chennai on July 26, Trivandrum stadium (hosting warm-up games) on July 27 and the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru on Friday, July 28.

The report further added that team accompanied by Dhiraj Malhotra, the tournament director/host liaison officer from the ICC, reached the Narendra Modi stadium in Ahmedabad – which will be hosting Eng vs NZ, WC opener, Ind vs Pak, and final on November 19.

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The team has conducted an inspection at Narendra Modi stadium on Friday. Meanwhile, an official from Kerala Cricket Association mentioned some modifications for the corporate boxes and player area at the Trivandrum ground, rest everything was fine.

They seemed satisfied with our facilities at Chepauk Stadium. We look forward to hearing from them if they have anything in mind. They will write to us,” a Tamil Nadu Cricket Association told Cricbuzz.

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The report further suggested that after visiting Ahmedabad, the team will proceed to the Uppal Stadium in Hyderabad on Monday (July 31). The team will then move to Delhi, Dharamshala, Lucknow, Kolkata and Guwahati before concluding their tour in Pune.

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