South Australian cricket members will vote on Monday on the proposed $535 million redevelopment of Adelaide Oval.
Some 19,500 members of the SA Cricket Association (SACA) will say on Monday night if the redevelopment will proceed, allowing AFL matches to return to the inner city venue.
Adelaide and Port Adelaide clubs have endorsed a ground-sharing arrangement with cricket.
But only 25 per cent of SACA members need to vote no on Monday night to block the state government-funded proposal.
The members will vote at a special general meeting to allow a change to the SACA constitution, permitting the cricket body to facilitate the redevelopment, due to be completed in 2014.
The Crows and Port rank second-last and last in the AFL for dividends from their deals with their home stadium, with the clubs believing they could benefit by up to $8 million a year from moving all home games from AAMI Stadium to Adelaide Oval.
SACA hierarchy want their members to vote for the proposal, which includes wiping the cricket body's $85 million of debt and increasing the ground's capacity from the current 36,000 to 50,000.
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