KOLKATA (Agencies) - Bangalore will host India's World Cup clash with England on February 27 after the tie was shifted out of Kolkata's under-prepared Eden Gardens last week, the International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed on Monday. The governing body also announced that an inspection team would visit Kolkata to assess the venue's readiness for three other matches scheduled there. The Indian cricket board (BCCI) on Sunday named Bangalore as the alternative venue for the match after an ICC inspection team ruled out Eden Gardens on Thursday, finding it under-prepared due to a delay in renovation work. "This decision now clarifies and gives us certainty over the fixture," ICC chief executive Haroon Lorgat said in the statement. Meanwhile, Having already lost the high-profile India vs England game to Bangalore's Chinnaswamy stadium, the Eden Gardens may also lose the right of hosting the remaining three matches as the CAB may not be in a position to complete the roof construction work. The reason being that among the list of dos that ICC has handed out before they carry out another round of inspection on February 7, a major point was completion of "remaining roof construction and covering work in the two rebuilt stands by February 14." The three remaining matches at the Eden are Ireland vs South Africa (March 15), Ireland vs Netherlands (March 18) and Kenya vs Zimbabwe (March 20). It is learnt that CAB has agreed to all other points save roof construction as they only plan to start the work after the fourth edition of Indian Premier League is over. "At this point of time, we are not in a position to touch the construction of roof. We will be intimating that to the International Cricket Council's inspection team that will arrive on February 7. Also it's not possible for us to construct the roof on the Ranji Stands (J, J1 Blocks) and also the K Block," a senior CAB office bearer said on Monday. Having already created an impression of possessing a high-handed attitude, Jagmohan Dalmiya and his team could be in for more trouble from the world cricket body, which he once headed. Meanwhil The ICC has formally conveyed its decision to the West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya that there will be no India vs England match at Eden Gardens. ICC chief Sharad Pawar called the chief minister to convey the decision, state Urban Development Minister Ashok Bhattacharjee said.