The first T20 between India and South Africa will likely be marred by a problem since the venue lacks electricity.

Starting on September 28, India and South Africa will play a three-match T20 series. This series’ opening T20 game will be held at Thiruvananthapuram’s magnificent Greenfield Stadium. This match is shrouded in a problem. The Kerala State Energy Board (KSEB) is concerned about the unpaid electricity bill before to the game.

The first T20 cricket match between South Africa and India will be played at the magnificent Greenfield Stadium. However, the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) has stopped providing electricity because of unpaid payments. The opening game of the three-series competition will begin here on September 28th, according to the schedule.

The Kerala Water Authority has also threatened to stop providing water due to KSEB debts of Rs 2.50 crore. If anything, the stadium’s owners are having trouble because of their dire financial situation. The corona outbreak has also been a significant factor in this.

The huge event, which is being hosted by the Kerala Cricket Association (KCA), is anticipated to draw a record-breaking attendance of almost 50,000 fans. However, KCA raised worry about these issues before to the match. A meeting was scheduled to discuss the stadium’s power outage after it occurred. KCA is optimistic that problems will be resolved and the electricity will be back on shortly. Because KCA anticipates state government action.

India has a 3-1 winning record in the four T20 Internationals that have taken place at the Greenfield stadium so far. The previous game between the host team and the West Indies ended in a loss. Regarding the stadium, it was built in preparation for the 2015 National Games.

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