London: Many times the match had to be stopped due to rain, but now it will not be so. Because the top officials of the England and Wales Cricket Board are considering a plan to put ‘huge tents’ to ensure that the game does not stop due to rain. This claim was made today in a report.
According to Britain’s Daily Telegraph, after contacting the ECB of an American company, research was done to establish ‘mash net’ on the ground. According to the report, the ECB has spoken to the MCC regarding this issue which owns the Lord’s Cricket Ground in north-west London. Floodlight can be connected to a transparent ‘mesh net’ through ropes, in which the hot air balloon fitted between it can be lifted from the middle and it will form a tent-like shape.