Ind vs aus: Wankhede Stadium will be repaired before ODI series

On Tuesday afternoon, in response to an Indian spectator’s angry outburst on the subpar conditions at Indian cricket grounds, the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) posted photographs of the ongoing restoration work at the renowned Wankhende stadium.

In advance of India’s ODI series opener against Australia on March 17, renovations are being made to the Wankhede stadium, one of the country’s finest cricket sites. On April 8, the venue will host the IPL 2023 championship game between the Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings.

Significant modifications are now being made to the Wankhede Stadium. Here is the most recent information about the situation. We are optimistic that the spectators would love the restored amenities at the storied Wankhede,” the MCA wrote in a formal tweet.

Particularly appealing to fans isthe timing of the repairs because the stadium faced criticism after an Indian fan exposed the infamous cricket ground’s unhygienic state. The Indian fan also raised attention to the poor toilet conditions at the Firoz Shah Kotla stadium in Delhi.

The MCA announced that the stadium’s restrooms are also being rebuilt in order to provide fans with a pleasant experience for the next games.

The upcoming round of renovations will upgrade the stadium’s boxes, common areas, and facilities. Wankhede stadium will soon provide the populace with a new experience comprehensive renovation. stadium. MCA said.

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