India vs Australia, 4th Test: The last match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023 between India and Australia will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad from 9 March. This Ahmedabad stadium, which is one of the largest stadiums in the world, can make a special record on the first day of this Test match, which is currently named after Australia’s historic Melbourne Cricket Ground. The MCG holds the record for the highest number of spectators in Test cricket in a single day.
Talking about the Ahmedabad Test match of this Test series, so far more than 85,000 tickets have been sold for the first day’s game. With this, if students and families get the facility to watch the match in the stadium, then this number is expected to cross 1 lakh on the very first day itself. The total capacity of Ahmedabad Stadium is 1,32,000.
If 1 lakh people enjoy the test match at the same time in Ahmedabad stadium, then this will be the first time in the history of test cricket when so many spectators will be present in the stadium. Earlier, the record for the highest number of spectators in a single day was recorded at the MCG during the 2013-14 Ashes series, when 91,112 spectators enjoyed the match sitting in the stadium.
Indian PM and Australian PM will also be present
Indian Prime Minister at the stadium on the first day of the final test Narendra Modi. During this, he will also be a part of the opening ceremony before the start of the match. Out of the 3 Test matches played so far in this Test series, where the Indian team won the first 2 matches, the Australian team made a spectacular comeback in the series by winning the third Test match by 9 wickets.< /p>
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