Motera pitch for two-day test with average rating, very good for T20 International: ICC

The ICC has updated the ratings of all recent games on its Rules and Regulations page and the field in Motera was rated average for the third test and good for the last test. It was rated very good. for the first T20International. . . Incidentally, the place at the SCG for the third test between India and Australia was also rated as average. India had won the Pink Ball game by 10 wickets, with neither team being able to insist 150 on that rank reverser. . . India made 145 and 49 without a loss and England were blown away by Axar Patel Moloch, who caught up for 112 and 81 in their two innings. An inferior seat could have resulted in sanctions for the renovated Narendra Modi stadium. . . The pitch was the subject of intense debate during the four-game series, which India won 3-1 to qualify for the World Test Championship final. . . The second test in Chennai, where India won to reach the series, was also given an average rating. However, the first test field on which England won was rated as very good by the International Cricket Council ICC. The fourth test took place in a good place, according to the ICC. . . The ICC receives an assessment of the performance of the field and the outfield for each test match played between the countries, One Day International and Twenty20 International. Playing fields and outer fields are marked by the ICC referee on duty after the end of the game. . . The evaluation will then be sent as feedback to the host member board to aid in future preparations for the pitch and the outfield for international matches at the respective venue. . . If a pitch or outfield is marked as inferior, the responsible home board and venue must explain why the pitch and or outfield are below the required standard. A pitch or outfield is considered inferior if there is a rating of bad or unsuitable. . . ICC can impose sanctions on a venue that offers an inferior pitch or outfield for international cricket, said an ICC note.

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