Sport Glaring Gabba problem raises future Test concerns

00:50  22 november  2019
00:50  22 november  2019 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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A sparse Gabba crowd to begin the Test summer hasn't helped the venue's cause as Brisbane fights for an Indian visit next season.

The empty yet colourful maroon, turquoise and gold seats were hard to miss on day one.

Just 13,561 watched Pakistan battle a patient Australian bowling attack on Thursday, with the two-Test series ending with a pink ball Test in Adelaide later this month.

India will play four Tests in Australia next summer, while Afghanistan will visit for the first time for a one-off Test preceding that series.

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The new Optus Stadium in Perth, refurbished Adelaide Oval, plus Melbourne and Sydney's traditional Boxing Day and New Years slots leave the Gabba fifth in the pecking order and as the most likely venue for that maiden Test encounter.

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In the Gabba's favour are the major public transport upgrades underway as part of a long-term rejuvenation of the precinct, plus the fact Australia haven't lost a Test at the venue since 1988.

But small crowds, albeit for games in awkward time slots, haven't helped the stadium in the short term.

Less than 12,000 turned up for a low-key Twenty20 international against Sri Lanka in October this year, while only 13,900 attended day one of the twilight Test against the same opponent in January.

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Pakistan last visited the Gabba in 2016 for a twilight Test that broke records as the best non-Ashes attendance, with 26,353 fans through the gates on the first day.

The Gabba has a 42,000-person capacity, with the 2006 Ashes series drawing close to 40,000 fans on each of the first three days.

Not since 2015 has the Gabba hosted the first Test of the summer against a side other than England, when a day one crowd of 16,181 watched Australia and New Zealand.

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