India are likely to make new history in the Ahmedabad Test, with Australia’s landmark record at stake

India vs Australia, 4th Test: The final match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023 will be played between India and Australia from March 9 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. This Ahmedabad Stadium, recognized as one of the largest stadiums in the world, can create a special record on the first day of this Test match, which is currently known as Australia’s historic Melbourne Cricket Ground. The MCG holds the record for the largest single-day crowd in Test cricket.

Talking about the Ahmedabad Test match of this Test series, more than 85,000 tickets have been sold so far for the first day’s play. With this, if students and family members get the facility to watch the match in the stadium, it is expected that this number will cross one lakh on the first day. Ahmedabad Stadium has a total capacity of 1,32,000.

1 lakh people gathered to enjoy a Test match at the Ahmedabad Stadium, which is the first time in the history of Test cricket that such a large crowd has come to a stadium. Earlier, the 2013-14 Ashes series held the record for the largest single-day crowd at the MCG when 91,112 spectators sat in the stadium and enjoyed the match.

Prime Minister of India and Prime Minister of Australia will also attend

The Indian Prime Minister at the stadium on the first day of the final Test Narendra Modi Along with them, Australian Prime Minister Albanese will also attend. During this time, he also participates in the opening ceremony before the start of the match. Out of the 3 Test matches played so far in this Test series, the Indian team won the first 2 matches, while the Australian team won the third Test match by 9 wickets and made an impressive comeback in the series.

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