India may host Australia in the world’s largest cricket stadium and to the biggest crowd ever in cricket history in 2023.
In cricket history, the biggest official attendance for a Test match day was Boxing Day in the 2013-14 Ashes fixture at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) which was attended by 91,112 spectators.
The Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, which has the capacity to host 110,000 audiences can break this record.
The stadium underwent a major rebuild between 2015 and 2020 and was named after India’s popular and beloved Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In February 2020, the stadium was also the venue of a joint rally for the United States president Donald Trump and Narendra Modi.
In 2022, it was the venue for the Indian Premier League (IPL) final which was witnessed by 104,859 spectators.
Cricket experts believe that the four Tests in February and March next year will be hosted by Nagpur, Delhi, Dharamsala, and Ahmedabad.
It is reported that one out of the four Test matches will be a pink-ball Test and the Narendra Modi Stadium could be used as the avenue to host the series final.