Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president Snehasish Ganguly believes that the Narendra Modi Stadium, which is set to host the ODI World Cup final in the next few months, can take a lesson from Eden Gardens’ rain management system that involves covering the ground completely. The Indian Premier League (IPL) final between Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titans was affected by rain on both consecutive days with rainwater seeping inside the wicket and the groundsmen struggling to dry it off. Snehasish told PTI, “The match was delayed because the edge of the wicket got wet. ,
He said, “It is a new stadium and I am sure it will be improved in the coming times. It is not a big issue. If they had covered the whole ground, it would not have been a problem. Eden Gardens is the only stadium in the country which has covers to cover the entire ground. He said, “It is a learning process. You learn every day. I am sure they will do it before the World Cup.