First up, the fans will witness a star-studded Hockey Indian League match between Ranchi Rhinos and Mumbai Magicians tomorrow in the Mohrabadi Astroturf Stadium.
The next day, all roads will lead to the newly-constructed JSCA Stadium in Dhurwa where city's favourite son Mahendra Singh Dhoni will lead India against England in the third ODI.
"I'm looking forward to the match 200 per cent," Dhoni had said after the Kochi ODI in which India bounced back to level the five-match series 1-1.
"I think overall it will be very exciting. And also, it gets international recognition to the cities that have international stadiums."
"It's a big thing for me. We had an international stadium, the Keenan Stadium (Jamshedpur) where we played a few games. I think the last game we played was against England (in 2006) where we lost. But it was a beautiful stadium," Dhoni said.
The Indian skipper said having an international stadium has given fame to Ranchi.
"When I came it was difficult to make people understand which place or city I was from, but once we have an international venue, people outside will recognise the city quite easily. It's good for the state and very good for our city," he said.
"It's very important for the local associations to have their own ground. It's a big effort from all the association from the President, the Secretary and all the people involved. I think overall it will be nice. We'll be playing there after a long time. What we have seen in the small venues is they attract a lot of fans, who come and support good cricket," Dhoni added.
The tickets have already been sold out for the ODI and the Stadium will be inaugurated tomorrow in presence of Jharkhand Governor Syed Ahmed. The other dignitaries expected to be present are Gujarat CM and GCA president Narendra Modi and BCCI supremo N Srinivasan among others.
Jharkhand folk artist Nandlal Nayak will perform with his troupe of 179 members.
"120 drummers will reverberate the stadium with their electrifying beats in a truly traditional fashion," Nayak said.
"They will perform under the segment, 'Invoking The Forest' as they would welcome the guests with the drum beats in the 12-minute show.
Really wonder what is stopping National Cricket Authorities to host matches (international matches involving India - ODI, T20, Test matches, IPL,Challengers League etc) in Northeast especially TRIPURA (2nd highest populous in NE) with huge craze among among public in general! This also would be a huge moral booster for budding cricketers in TRIPURA (and Northeast) to watch their icons playing live and interacting with them! Would really love to see TRIPURA govt, TRIPURA cricket association raising this request through appropriate channel (in close co-ordination with Center, other concerned dignitaries and all corporate vissionaries) to put up world class infrastructures allowing day and night matches and host the most famous sporting event in TRIPURA which also would help garner brand equity for AGARTALA !!