The ODI between India and Sri Lanka tomorrow will be the first match Eden Gardens in Kolkata has hosted in over five years. On September 21, 2017, Australia was defeated by Virat Kohli’s team by a score of 50 runs. Snehasish Ganguly, president of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB), is confident that the stadium will be filled because an ODI hasn’t occurred in such a long time.
The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) will honour the late legendary footballer Pele on Thursday at the second One-Day International between India and Sri Lanka at the Eden Gardens by projecting images of his artistic talent on massive screens. Kumar Sangakkara, a former captain of Sri Lanka, will ring the bell to start the game. During the inning break, a laser show has been planned, according to CAB joint secretary Debabrata Das.