International Cricket Council approves Greater Noida stadium to host international Full Member matches.

International Cricket Council approves Greater Noida stadium to host international Full Member matches.

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ICC approves Greater Noida stadium to host Full Member matches
International Cricket Council approves Greater Noida stadium to host international Full Member matches.

ICC approves Greater Noida stadium to host Full Member matches
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Friday confirmed that International Cricket Council (ICC) has approved the Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik Cricket Stadium in Greater Noida to host international matches including Full Members. In recent times, The stadium played host to the Duleep Trophy matches which were played as day-night sports with pink ball. The stadium, which was endorsed by the ICC to arrange matches including Associate individuals in December 2015, The venue was upgraded to fulfill the minimum requirements ,enabling Full Member matches to be played .The ICC stamped their endorsement taking after another assessment a week ago. BCCI president Anurag Thakur said:"I'm pleased to announce that the SVSP Cricket Stadium,Greater Noida is now fully compliant to host international matches with full members,".The BCCI president, said in a statement. "BCCI had organised Duleep Trophy for the first time in day-night format using the pink ball from August 23 to September 14, 2016 that tested the venue's infrastructure and facility. "The Afghanistan national group had additionally utilized the setting for their home diversions prior this year. I am certain that this endorsement will rouse the powers to take this stadium to next level," he included.
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