Motera is the world's largest cricket stadium, Melbourne will lag behind in this matter

IND Vs ENG 3rd Test Match: The third match of the four-Test series between India and England will be played at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad’s Motera Stadium will create a new history by beating Melbourne and becoming the world’s largest cricket stadium. Motera Stadium has a capacity of 1 lakh 10 thousand spectators. Melbourne has a capacity of 1 million viewers.

Motera Stadium was built in 1982. But after 2016 it was rebuilt. Last year, the Motera Stadium was rebuilt. The Motera Stadium has been completely modernized. The stadium has four dressing rooms and three practice grounds in addition to the seating area of ​​1 lakh 10 thousand spectators.

Highlights of Motera Stadium

Motera is the largest cricket stadium in the world, which has a seating capacity of 1 lakh 10 thousand spectators.
This stadium is built on 63 acres. The stadium has four dressing rooms and three practice grounds.
It has facilities for both indoor and outdoor practice.
The drainage system here is so modern that the match can start only half an hour after the rain stops.
This is the first stadium in the country where special LED lights have also been installed.
Stadium rebuilt in five years

So far, 12 Tests have been played at Motera Stadium. India won 4 of these 12 matches and suffered defeat in two. 6 matches are drawn. Apart from this, out of 16 ODIs played on this ground, India has won in 7 and they have lost in 8.

Please tell that in 2016, the work of breaking and rebuilding this stadium started. The stadium, built in five years, costs Rs 750–800 crore.

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