Australia and India's third test match was shifted out of Dharamsala
The Border-Gavaskar Trophy's third Test, which was initially slated to begin on March 1 at Dharamsala, has been moved to a different location. The recently renovated stadium is not yet ready to host an international game. The replacement location has not yet been chosen, but Rajkot and Indore are possibilities.
The final two international contests at the site were the two T20Is between India and Sri Lanka in February 2022. Following that, the HPCA made the decision to repair the outfield and put in a new drainage system.
Only one Test has ever taken place in Dharamsala, which was in 2017 when India defeated Australia to win the series 2-1.
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