- The second T20 between India and New Zealand will be played at JSCA Ground in Ranchi.
- In the first T20 match, India won the Kiwis by 5 wickets.
- After four years, a T20 match is being held in Ranchi, history is with India
- India lost the last ODI match with the Kiwi team here.
The history of JSCA Ground in Ranchi is with Team India. There have been two T20 internationals played here and Team India has won both of them. Now in the third international T20 match to be held at this ground on November 19, Team India will try to maintain its record. If this happens, then the three T20 match series with New Zealand will also be captured by Team India. There is a lot of enthusiasm among the spectators regarding the match to be held on Friday in this stadium with a capacity of 38 thousand spectators.
The first International T20 match at this ground was held on 12 February 2016 with India and Sri Lanka and in this Team India won an easy victory by a margin of 69 runs. The second T20 match was against Australia on 7 October 2017, in which India defeated Australia by 9 wickets.
New Zealand’s chance to settle
This is the second time that the teams of New Zealand and India will face each other in an international match at this ground. The two teams met here on 16 October 2016 in an One Day International, in which New Zealand beat India by 19 runs. From this perspective, India has a chance to settle the five-year-old defeat at this ground.
Let us tell you that after almost 2 years at JSCA Stadium, an international match will be played on 19th November. Earlier in 2019, a Test match was played against India-South Africa at the JSCA Stadium. T20 match is happening here after almost 4 years.
covid rules will be followed
The Jharkhand State Cricket Association has made mandatory for spectators arriving at the stadium to show a certificate of vaccination of both doses of Covid or RTPCR negative report dated after November 15. These reports will have to be shown to the investigation team present at the gate. At the same time, social distancing will have to be followed at the time of entry at the gate. It will be mandatory for the spectators to sit on the seat allotted to them. Bags of any kind will not be allowed to be brought into the stadium.
Ranchi’s JSCA Stadium