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Eden Gardens to host one-off T20I between India and West Indies in November: CAB president Sourav Ganguly

  • PTI
  • March 17th, 2018
  • 17:08:41 IST

Kolkata: The one-off Twenty 20 International during Windies' tour of India later this year, will be held on 4 November at Eden Gardens, Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president Sourav Ganguly said on Saturday.

The iconic Eden Gardens in Kolkata. AFP

The iconic Eden Gardens in Kolkata. AFP

The Windies will tour India for a full series between October and November featuring three Tests, five One Day Internationals and one-off Twenty20.

“We will host the Caribbean Team for the one-off T20 international at the Eden Gardens,” Ganguly said.

Ganguly further announced that a new look Eden Gardens may also host the upcoming Indian Premier League qualifiers if Pune fails to host it.

The Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) has originally been awarded the playoff matches (Eliminator and Qualifier-2) of the IPL-11.

Updated Date: March 17, 2018 17:08:41 IST

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