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Test Cricket Series will continue to Move to Smaller Cities


IndiaNewsonWeb: 11 Oct, 2016, Organizing international Test match in Indore, BCCI chief Anurag Thakur Justifying use today said Test cricket series will continue to move to smaller cities.

Test series between India and New Zealand released the third and final match before the start of the local Holkar Stadium Thakur said, "We have to move to smaller cities to Test cricket has taken the initiative. In this connection, the use of organizing Test match in Indore has been proven correct. We will keep moving forward, even in small towns as Test cricket. "

India-New Zealand Test match against Madhya Pradesh is the first international cricket history. BCCI chief organizing the match Praising Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association, said: "I sincerely hope that the first international match in Indore will be successful. MPCA is also done wonders for organizing. "

Thakur said, "We also want to thank the audience who shows enthusiasm for match." BCCI's Annual General Meeting held in November with Indore, Pune, Rajkot, Visakhapatnam, Dharamsala and Ranchi Test center status was granted.

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