RCA Secretary Mahendra Sharma: Wanted to Thank Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah 

Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) president Vaibhav Gehlot and secretary Mahendra Sharma on Tuesday thanked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for allotting two international matches to Jaipur.

Jaipur will host two international matches in the upcoming season. The first T20 match will be against New Zealand on November 17. The second ODI will be against West Indies on February 9 next year. Jaipur last hosted a game in 2013, Jaipur get two matches now I would like to thank Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah. We will try to do whatever the BCCI requires from us. We will follow the guidelines that BCCI issues regarding allowing crowds.

Host good quality matches

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RCA President Gehlot thanked the Indian board for giving the state body an opportunity to host international matches. After a long gap of seven years. Gehlot told that "The preparation will be good, I want to thank Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah for giving us this opportunity, I am grateful that they showed faith in our ability and I am sure that we will have good quality matches." Will host." Jaipur last hosted an international game between India and Australia in October 2013. In that game, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli scored centuries as the Men in Blue chased down 360 with nine wickets in the space of 44 overs.

International domestic season at the Apex Council

The BCCI had passed the 2021-22 international domestic season at the Apex Council meeting on Monday. India will play New Zealand, West Indies, Sri Lanka, and South Africa. While the home season will begin on November 17 with a T20I against New Zealand in Jaipur. This will end with a T20I against South Africa in the national capital on June 19.

India-New Zealand series will begin with the opening T20I in Jaipur

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The India-New Zealand series will begin with the opening T20I in Jaipur on November 17, Meanwhile followed by games in Ranchi and Kolkata on November 19 and 21. However, two test matches will be played in Kanpur (25 to 29 November) and Mumbai (3 to 7 December). The India-West Indies series will start with ODIs and at that time the first match will be played in Ahmedabad on 6 February. So the second and third matches will be played on February 9 and 12 in Jaipur and Kolkata.

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