BCCI planning to upgrade most of the stadiums ahead of World Cup

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The main stadiums of India are most likely to get upgraded ahead of World Cup. This includes Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, Kolkata’s Eden Garden, and also Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium. The World Cup is going to start in October month and happen till the end of November. A complete schedule is not announced yet from the ICC. This is a result of fans complaining that most of the stadiums in the nation do not have proper basic facilities.

Stadiums in India getting upgrade

Being the richest board in the world the BCCI should have looked into this before it comes from fans. However, the World Cup happening in this year is the major reason for upgrading all the Stadiums. As per the list accessed by PTI, the stadiums are Wankhede, Eden Garden, Arun Jaitley, Rajiv Gandhi in Hyderabad and Mohali stadium.

The cost of renovation for all these stadium are estimated to hundreds of crores. The cost alloted for Delhi stadium is 117.17 crores. For Wankhede its 78.82 crores and Eden Garden has the highest of 127.47 crrores.

There are 12 venues shortlisted for the World Cup 2023 in India by BCCI. they are Ahmedabad, the likely venue for the final, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Dharamsala, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Indore, Rajkot, and Mumbai. Chennai or Kolkata is likely to host the high intense India vs Pakistan match. However, it is guessable that Ahmedabad will host the final match of the World Cup.

The last time India hosted a World Cup was in 2011. India won the World Cup with a great all-rounding side. In this World Cup, 48 matches going to take place. India have a good chance to win this World Cup.

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