The Newz Radar
Australian cricketer David Warner has shared photos of the picturesque cricket stadium at Dharamshala on his Instagram and Twitter accounts. Alongside the photos, Warner has posted a query for his followers and other audience whether they knew which cricket stadium it was?
Apart from this, the cricketer has written a message expressing his happiness that he was very eager to play again in this stadium. He has also asked cricket lovers to watch the Test series to be held at Dharamshala stadium in Himachal Pradesh.
One match of the Test series between Australia and India is to be held from March 1 to 5 at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) stadium in Dharamshala.
The HPCA management is fully engaged in preparations for the Test match. A new drainage system has been installed on the outfield of the ground. Several changes have been made in the field as well.
While seeking to know the name of the stadium, Warner has also asked who all among his followers will be visiting Dharamshala to watch him play at the beautiful stadium. He also wrote that he was eager to play in the stadium again.
One of Warner’s followers has also mentioned about the possibility of rain in Dharamshala when the match is played. Describing the name of the stadium, the follower wrote “in relationship with rain”. At the same time, his other followers have also posted several tweets.
Having a capacity to host 23,000 spectators, the stadium was built in 2003. It is considered as one of the most beautiful cricket grounds in the world. Situated at an altitude of 1,457 metres above the sea level, the stadium has snow-capped Dhauladhars in the background.