The third Test of the current Border Gavaskar series, which was planned to take place at Dharmasala from March 1 to 5, will now take place at a different location, according to news that broke after the early conclusion of the Test series opener between India and Australia in Nagpur. The third Test will take place at the Holkar Stadium in Indore, according to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
A number of publications on Sunday stated that the HPCA stadium, which has only held one Test match to now, won’t be able to host India and Australia for the third Test due to ground renovations. In a formal statement released on, the BCCI verified the same.Monday early. In the meantime, this will be the stadium’s second international match in less than two months.
“The Border-Gavaskar Trophy third Test, which was initially slated to take place at the HPCA Stadium in Dharamsala from March 1–5, has been shifted to the Holkar Stadium in Indore. The outfield lacks proper grass density and will take some time to develop fully due to the region’s tough winter conditions “read the official statement from BCCI.to hold all of their home matches during the Ranji Trophy season at the Nadaun Stadium.
An unnamed HSPA official expressed confidence in the facility’s ability to pass the BCCI inspection and host the third Test match. After a delegation of authorities deemed the location unprepared for their next Test assignment, the BCCI made the decision to move the location to Indore. They believed that the facility had not been used for domestic matches, as is customary following the relaying of a new outfield.
The third Test will not be played at the gorgeous cricket stadium.
Due to the severe weather in the area after the monsoon, the HSPA had to relaid the entire outfield, delaying its preparations for the third Test between India and Australia. Himachal had to undergo the upgrades because