Lucknow's Ekana Stadium, ready to host India-Sri Lanka match, will be broadcast with 65 cameras

Lucknow's Ekana Stadium, ready to host India-Sri Lanka match, will be broadcast with 65 cameras

 The Indian team will host the series against Sri Lanka after returning from the tour of South Africa. T20 series matches will be played between India and Sri Lanka. One match of this series is to be played at the famous Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana International Stadium in Lucknow. All the preparations related to the telecast of this match are being fine-tuned.

The camera has to be positioned at 65 places..The broadcast room is very nice. Keeping the temperature here only 16 to 18 degree Celsius.. There will be broadcast area in the North Pavilion... With some similar instructions, the day of Friday started for the employees of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana International Stadium.

Actually, on March 18, the T20 match between India and Sri Lanka is to be held at the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana International Stadium. For this, members of the BCCI broadcasting team reached Prashant Stadium at around 10 am on Friday. Prashant inspected the stadium for two hours 40 minutes.

During this he saw the camera position, broadcasting room, commentator room, third umpire room. Satisfied with the preparation, Prashant praised Ikana's beauty. He said that the people of Uttar Pradesh, especially Lucknow, are fortunate to have such a wonderful stadium. In the coming times, the cricket of Uttar Pradesh will be on the heights and Ikana will play an important role in that.

Ekana will host Team India's match after three and a half years Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium will host Team India's match after three and a half years. The third T20 match of the series will be played between India and Sri Lanka on 18 March. This will be Team India's second international match at the Ekana Stadium. Earlier on November 6, 2018, a T20 match was played between India and West Indies, in which the Indian team defeated West Indies by 71 runs due to captain Rohit Sharma's scintillating century (111 not out off 61 balls). .

Uday Sinha, Managing Director of Ikana Stadium, says that like other matches held here, the match to be held on March 18 will be successful. The stadium is completely ready for the competition. Hopefully this match to be held in Lucknow will be memorable.

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Watch Gavaskar's videos to learn how to face dangerous fast bowlers despite short stature: Miyandad

Watch Gavaskar's videos to learn how to face dangerous fast bowlers despite short stature: Miyandad

Karachi: On the field, their sour-sweet nokjhoka India. Pak cricket has been a part of legends but when it comes to respecting, Javed Miandad has no match for Sunil Gavaskar in terms of technique and attitude to face the fast bowlers.

Miandad believes that current players should watch Gavaskar's videos of how he faced the world's most dangerous fast bowlers like Michael Holding, Andy Roberts, Malcolm Marshall, Imran Khan, Richard Hadlee, and Dennis Lillee. In a video released by the Pakistan Cricket Board, he said, "It was amazing how much he played around the world despite being so short. The consistency in his performance was amazing."

"Today's players can learn a lot by watching his videos. How did he face the fast bowlers despite his short stature? At that time there were very dangerous fast bowlers in West Indies, England, Australia, New Zealand, and Pakistan but they were successful in front of everyone.

Regarding his relationship with Gavaskar, he said, "I used to enjoy watching him bat. I used to field close to him and keep talking to break his concentration. Many times he managed to break his focus. He would come out from the field abusing me and I would have had a lot of fun.

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