You may have seen these multiple pitches on the cricket field.
Do you know why there are multiple pitches when the match is playing on the same pitch?
You must be thinking that this may be due to the fact that if one pitch degenerates during a match, the match can be played on another pitch.
But you are wrong! Let me tell you the reason behind these extra pitches.
Each of these pitches is tailored to different standards and is used for various purposes such as net practice, domestic cricket and international cricket. Therefore, one type of match can only be played on the pitch, not on the other.
The same ground meets the requirements of home, international matches as well as net practice, so multiple pitches need to be made.