Mumbai: From Manchester to Cardiff, India's cricket World Cup heroes will play in front of packed houses this English summer as tickets for September's one-day international series between India and England have been sold out at the five venues.
This was conveyed to Board of Control for Cricket in India chief administrative office Professor Ratnakar Shetty as he undertook a seven-day recce tour of the United Kingdom.
"It was a fruitful trip. I noticed how the English grounds have undergone redevelopment too. The Indian team can look forward to a tour where facilities will be top-class. The drainage system is advanced and almost every ground has an indoor practice facility," said Shetty, who returned late on Saturday night alongwith former India player Suru Nayak, the BCCI's operations-in-charge.