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Sri Lanka in West Indies, 2007-08

Guyana board assures Test pitch will be ready in time

Mar 16, 2008: Guyana Cricket Board has made assurances that the pitch at the Providence Stadium will be ready for the first Test against Sri Lanka despite the warm-up match between the Sri Lankans and a Guyana President's Select XI to be played at the same venue

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Government chasing US$1m owed in ticket sales

Guyana threatens to sue WICB over World Cup money

Jan 17, 2008: The president of Guyana, Bharrat Jagdeo, is threatening to sue the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) if they don't hand over the money generated in ticket sales during last year's World Cup

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Media face widespread disruption

Guyana braced for stadium chaos

Mar 24, 2007: Reports of major problems at Guyana's Providence Stadium continue to do the rounds, and a media release from the ICC appears to underline that all is not well.

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British company takes charge in effort to salvage project

Organisers warn of Guyana stadium chaos

Mar 24, 2007: World Cup organisers have warned of potential chaos at Super Eight matches in Guyana next week because the Providence Stadium is still not ready despite years of planning

AFP

Relaid surfaces could assist seamers as well

Andy Roberts expects sporting pitches

Mar 12, 2007: Andy Roberts has predicted that the pitches in the tournament may not necessarily be slow turners, contrary to general expectations

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Ranji Trophy champions to play two one-dayers

Providence Stadium to host Uttar Pradesh

Aug 25, 2006: Uttar Pradesh, the Indian domestic Ranji Trophy champions, will play two one-dayers at the newly built Providence Stadium in Guyana in November, the Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association (UPCA) confirmed today

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Organisers dispel suggests of scheduling concerns

World Cup stadia 'will be ready on time'

Apr 21, 2006: Suggestions that some of the grounds scheduled to host matches during next year's World Cup will not be ready on time have been dismissed by Chris Dehring

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