Green Park Stadium under scanner
The Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) chief administrative office Ratnakar Shetty and Cricket Operations manager Suru Nayak inspected the outfield, the under-construction stands, the dressing rooms and the pavilions and saw that much more was needed to be done if the venue is to host a Test match. It is learnt that a report prepared by Shetty and Nayak will be submitted to the BCCI president and secretary and this report will be tabled at a working committee meeting that will be held later in the month.
"The initial feedback we are getting from those officials who inspected the Green Park Stadium is that the outfield is in poor condition while there is a lot of construction work still to be completed. In such a scenario and keeping in mind that the Green Park stadium owned by the state government has missed deadlines earlier too it may be difficult for us to clear the venue for the Test match in March," a top BCCI official told The Indian Express.
Among the issues that the report will raise is the fact that there is only one dining hall for both teams. But of even greater concern is the fact that both officials believe that
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