BAN vs NED Ground Dimesnions, Pitch Report and Entry Gates

BAN vs NED Ground Dimesnions, Pitch Report and Entry Gates are discussed below in detail. On Saturday, October 28, at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens, Bangladesh (BAN) and Netherlands (NED) will square off in Game 28 of the current ODI World Cup 2023. Both teams will be into the match fresh off defeats in their previous matches. 

In their previous match, Bangladesh faced South Africa; however, they were defeated by the Proteas, losing by 149 runs. In contrast, the Netherlands lost their previous match against Australia by an overwhelming 309 runs. 

BAN vs NED Entry Gates

The facility has 84 turnstiles and 17 gates. While the Club House gate is for fans with access to hospitality boxes, Gate No. 1 is designated for players and match officials. The general public can enter through the remaining gates.

The stadium offers great access to public transit and is located in the center of the city. With Chandpal Ghat (Babughat) close by, spectators may easily reach the ground by bus or ferry from the neighboring Esplanade Metro station. The stadium is just a 20-minute boat journey from Howrah for those traveling there; public admission is Rs 10. The metro service is anticipated to operate until late on match days.

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BAN vs NED Boundary Length

Even though it’s no longer a one-sided match, India will probably profit from the dew, particularly in a run-chase that scores relatively little.

Even though the field in question is somewhat large, run scoring shouldn’t be a problem on Thursday mainly because of the pitch.

It is important to remember that the size of a cricket ground changes according to the pitch used for the match. Generally speaking, the square borders of Eden Gardens are between 66 and 68 meters in length. The straight limits of this stadium are typically measured to be between 76 and 78 meters in length.

BAN vs NED Seating Capcity

The stadium can hold 65,500 people. Of them, 63,252 are located in the hospitality box, and the remaining seats are for spectators. Fans can purchase just 32,000 seats through BookMyShow. Free passes for clubs, connected units, organizations, sponsors, life members, and former India internationals make up the remaining tickets. A set number of tickets to every international match are allotted to each of the 121 clubs connected with the state association, which include 37 first-division, 57 second-division, 8 university, 18 district associations, and 1 office club.

According to Snehasish, president of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB), “the clubs get their quota of tickets directly from the CAB, whereas the general public needs to book tickets through the BookMyShow app and then collect physical tickets from the box office.”

BAN vs NED Pitch Report 

During the World Cup, four of the nine wickets composed of black cotton soil will be utilized. Even if there’s a chance of dew in October and November, CAB curator Sujan Mukherjee believes a sporting wicket can be made in those months.

The final One-Day International (ODI) that Eden Gardens hosted in January ended in a low-scoring match that saw India defeat Sri Lanka by four wickets. Mohammed Siraj and Kuldeep Yadav each took three wickets.

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