New Delhi, Nov 16: India is all set to play Sri Lanka in the first test match in Kolkata, today, Thursday. But it seems that the weather may play a spoiler. Drizzling at Eden Gardens in Kolkata delays toss
Earlier former India captain Sourav Ganguly had inspected the pitch that will play host to the first India-Sri Lanka Test and insisted that the track will produce a good contest.
"It will be a good wicket," Ganguly told reporters. The Cricket Association of Bengal president later said playing is always more difficult compared to administration.
"Here you miss and you get out, in every other thing you get a second chance. As a player you don't... Playing is always difficult there's no retake for a player," Ganguly later said.
News24Bureau with Agencies