IPL venues:Eden Garden

IPL venues:Eden Garden

Secured in 1964, the Eden Garden is positions among the world’s most famous wearing venues. The main Test match was held at this venue when England played India in 1934.

The ground is possessed by the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB).

The stadium experienced redevelopment work in front of the 2011 World Cup as four Group stage diversions were planned to be held here.

Be that as it may, since the remodel work was behind timetable, India-England diversion was moved to Bengaluru.

The swarm at Eden Garden is considered vocal, as well as exceptionally energetic. On occasion, this has brought about them carrying on seriously, actually revolting, particularly when the home side has been very nearly losing a match.

On the other side, they have frequently impelled on the home group to help them deliver some glorious results on the pitch.

Some of India’s most notable exhibitions have taken a swing at this venue. VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid organization in 2001, Harbhajan Singh’s cap trap against Australia and Anil Kumble’s superlative show against Pakistan, have all helped India register critical triumphs at the ground.

The two finishes of this stadium are called High Court end and Pavilion end and is furnished with floodlights.

Eden Gardens is home to the Bengal group amid the residential season and Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League.

Matches:

Wednesday, April 8: Kolkata Knight Riders versus Mumbai Indians

Saturday, April 11: Kolkata Knight Riders versus Royal Challengers Bangalore

Sunday, April 26: Kolkata Knight Riders versus Rajasthan Royals

Thursday, April 30: Kolkata Knight Riders versus Chennai Super Kings

Monday, May 4: Kolkata Knight Riders versus Sunrisers Hyderabad

Thursday, May 7: Kolkata Knight Riders versus Delhi Daredevils

Saturday, May 9: Kolkata Knight Riders versus Kings XI Punjab

Sunday, May 24: Final – TBC versus TBC

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