IND vs SA: The first T20 to be held in Delhi will be housefull, elderly spectators will get special facilities


New Delhi. A series of five T20s will be played between India and South Africa from June 9. The first match will be played at Arun Jaitley Cricket Stadium in Delhi. The restrictions imposed by the BCCI on the spectators due to Corona have now been removed. That is, in this series the stadium will be filled with full spectator capacity. It will start from Delhi itself. International match is being held in Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Cricket Stadium after 3 years and during this match the stadium will be packed with spectators. 94% tickets for this match have been sold. The capacity of Arun Jaitley Stadium is 35,000 spectators.

Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) joint secretary Rajan Manchanda said, “94 percent of the tickets for the first T20 between India and South Africa have been sold. Now only about 400-500 tickets are left. Around 27,000 tickets were put up for sale.”

spectators must wear masks

Manchanda further said, “Senior citizens can use golf carts to enter the stadium. Although the situation of Kovid-19 is under control, DDCA has requested the spectators to wear masks at all times except for food and drink. Our employees are being regularly tested for corona. We request the viewers to follow the COVID protocol and wear masks at all times.”

Series will not be played in Bio-bubble

The 5 T20 series between India and South Africa will not be played in the bio-bubble. This will be the first time in the last two years that a series will be played in India without a bio-bubble. Earlier, IPL 2022 was played in a bio-bubble and the number of visitors to the stadium was also limited during the league stage. However, the restrictions were removed during the playoff matches. For this reason, about 1 lakh spectators had reached the final of the IPL held in Ahmedabad.

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Full schedule of India-South Africa T20 series

1st T20 – 9 June, Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi

2nd T20 – June 12, Barabati Stadium, Cuttack

3rd T20 – VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam

4th T20– Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot

fifth t20 – M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

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