Tuesday, December 7, 2021

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Ranchi. In JSCA Stadium, the crowd of cricket fans for tickets is increasing much more this time than in the last many matches. A big equation of cricket series is working behind this. In fact, the New Zealand team that reached India is going to play three T20 matches. In which the first match will be played in Jaipur on Wednesday, 17 November. If Team India wins this match. Then in such a situation, India will have a chance to win the series in the second T20 match to be held on November 19 in Ranchi. But if Team India loses the first T20 in Jaipur, then in such a situation Ranchi’s match will be do or die. That is, in both the situations, the match of Ranchi is going to be exciting.

The viewers who reached for the tickets are also understanding this equation of the series very well. They know that in the second T20 match to be held in Ranchi, Team India’s bang game will be seen. In fact, in the T20 World Cup held in Dubai, Team India suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of New Zealand. After which the Indian audience is looking desperate to see the defeat of New Zealand. By the way, after Jaipur, he will get to see a double dose of cricket in Ranchi. If Team India wins in Ranchi, then the thrill of cricket will be on the seventh sky.

Let us tell you that the Jharkhand government has now given permission to organize the match with the total capacity of JSCA Stadium i.e. 38 thousand spectators. Along with this, the sale of food items has also been approved in this match to be held at 7 pm. In such a situation, the passion of the audience about the match is speaking loudly. Tickets are being sold from November 15 till November 18, due to which a large number of cricket fans from Bihar have reached Ranchi. Cricket fans who arrived in large numbers from Patna, Munger, Ara, Buxar and Gaya were seen standing in the queue and cutting tickets.

However, the cricket fans were very disappointed about the black marketing of tickets. Ramshankar, who arrived from Gaya, said that the tickets for 900 and 1200 were over on the second day itself. And now it has become a compulsion to buy tickets above Rs 1700 at the counter only. He told that black marketing of cheap tickets is being done fiercely. A ticket of Rs 900 is being sold at a price of Rs 3000. Which the visitors arriving from other districts are also buying under compulsion.

Tags: India vs new zealand, Jharkhand news, Ranchi News, T20 cricket



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