The fourth T20 between India and Australia was played in Raipur on the basis of generator backup power.

The fourth T20 match between India and Australia was played at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium in Raipur. India won the match by 20 runs. But do you know that the fourth T20 at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium was played not on electricity but on generator and power backup?

According to a Times of India report, the site’s electricity connection was cut off five years ago due to outstanding bills of around Rs 3.1 billion. During the match, the Chhattisgarh State Cricket Association provided a generator costing Rs 1.4 crore.

The game, which takes place in the light room, requires around 1,000 kW of electricity, 600 kW of which is for the floodlight system alone. Apart from that, around 435 kW of power is needed to run other things. We would like to inform you that the site received electricity connection in 2010, but it was switched off in 2018 due to outstanding bills.

Earlier, in the game in Guwahati, the Indian team suffered a defeat while batting first and scoring 222 runs on the board. But in the fourth match at Raipur, Team India led by Suryakumar Yadav batted first and won by 20 runs, with 174 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs on the board. For the Indian team, who batted first, Rinku Singh top-scored with 46 runs in 29 balls, including 4 fours and 2 sixes.

Then, while chasing the target, Australia were restricted to 154 runs for 7 wickets in 20 overs by the Indian bowlers. During this period, Akshar Patel took a maximum of three wickets for India. Apart from this, Deepak Chahar walked two batsmen. While Ravi Bishnoi and Avesh Khan got 1 success each.

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