The Maharashtra Cricket Association said on Thursday that there are several ongoing discussions with BCCI to move the final ODI between India and England, scheduled for March 28th from Pune to Mumbai, to facilitate the smooth departure of the visiting team.
“There are also discussions that one of the matches (the last match of the 28th) could be moved to Mumbai to facilitate the departure of the teams from Mumbai to the United Kingdom, but a final decision is expected in this regard,” the cricket authority said. in a media release posted here on Thursday.
Meanwhile, she said the MCA is ready to host three One-Day Internationals, between India and England, to be played in March, according to its president, Vikas Kakatkar.
Day and night matches must be played at the stadium in Gahundje on March 23 (Tuesday), March 26 and (Friday) and March 28 (Sunday).
“As three matches are planned, with back-to-back matches, the 3 main box offices of the stadiums will find an excellent application, with each match being played on a fresh tape,” the statement added.
He also said that the final decision on the percentage of viewers will be made at a later date.
The MCA said it leaves no stone unturned as it prepares for the games.
“Meanwhile, the association does not leave a stone unturned to provide the best facilities in terms of doors, spectator arrangements, as well as to make and follow all final announcements that the state government will publish in this regard in connection with the use of the capacity of stadium and other safety and security measures “, the statement said.
Pimpri Chinchwad Police Commissioner Krishna Prakash and a BCCI ACU officer also visited the stadium.