Ahmedabad Pitch will not be banned, ICC gives an average rating for Day Night Test, Pink Ball Test, India vs England, Ind vs Eng, Pitch Controversy. IND vs ENG: Ahmedabad Pitch survived ban, ICC gave such rating

New Delhi: The ICC evaluated the pitch of the Day-Night Test match played between India and England (IND vs ENG) in Ahmedabad (Ahmedabad). This avoided the ban from the pitch as the third test on this controversial surface was completed in just 2 days.

The ICC has updated the scores of all recent matches on its “Rules and Guidelines” page and gave the Motera field an “average” for the third test and a “good” rating for the last test. He received a “very good” rating for the first T20 International match.

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India won the Pink Ball Test against England by 10 wickets in which both teams failed to score more than 150 points on the rotating pitch. India had scored 145 and 49 without losing wickets, while England were able to score 112 and 81 points in both innings ahead of Axar Patel’s bowling alley.

If the newly constructed pitch at Narendra Modi Stadium were declared a ‘substandard’ pitch, it could be banned. Interestingly, the third Test pitch played in Melbourne between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) also received an “average” rating.

There was a lot of controversy on the pitch in the 4-game test series between India and England, in which Virat Kohli’s side won the series 3-1 and advanced to the final of the world test championship. The second test played in Chennai also got an average mark in which India won and tied the series.

However, the field of the first Test received a “very good” rating in which England had won. The ICC obtains on-field and off-field performance scores for each International Test, ODI and T20 match. The court and the outfield are awarded points by the ICC match referee after the match.

The ICC said: “The rankings provide feedback to the host member board to help them prepare the pitch and the outfield in the future for international matches at this respective site.” Bad speech can also be prohibited by the ICC.

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