India-South Africa’s first T20 is clouded by crisis, the stadium is not getting electricity; how will the match

India vs South Africa: A three-match T20 series will be played between India and South Africa from September 28. The first T20 match of this series will be played at the majestic Greenfield Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram. There is a cloud of crisis over this match. Ahead of the match, the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) is worried about the outstanding electricity bill. 

With KSEB dues of Rs 2.50 crore, Kerala Water Authority is also threatening to shut down the water supply. If seen, due to the poor financial condition, difficulties have arisen for the owners of the stadium. The corona epidemic has also played an important role in this.

So far, the Greenfield stadium has hosted four T20 Internationals in which India has a 3-1 winning record. The home team lost in the last match against West Indies here. Talking about the stadium, it was established for the 2015 National Games.

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