The second match of the four Test series between India and Australia will be played from 17 February. This match between the two teams will take place at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. But the controversy has started again regarding the second test match. The Indian team has been accused of hiding the pitch. In fact, the ground staff at the stadium attempted to ban the Australian media from taking pictures of the pitch. This is the same wicket in which the Test match between the two countries will be played from Friday.
The pitch at the Arun Jaitley Stadium is being closely monitored. Reporters try to read the tone ahead of the Test match between India and Australia starting on Friday. Initially, a field staff member ordered that reporters should be at least 30 meters away to take pictures, then a reporter was asked to go to the limit. Where he was told that he was not allowed to take pictures.
Journalist Andrew Wu of the Australian newspaper The Age managed to take pictures of the field. He clicked on the photo behind the bowler’s hand during Australian team training. Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc says the pitch is very dry. It is said that this field may be like Nagpur. Indian cricket journalist Bharat Sundaresan posted photos on Twitter. He said that while they pour water on most of the field, the healers are letting the area outside the left-handed hitter’s stump dry.