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Melbourne10 hours agoAuthor: Priyank Dwivedi
The Indian team has to play 3 ODIs and 3 T20 series on Australia tour. After this, both teams will play a series of 4 Tests. -File photo
India and Australia limited overs series (ODI, T20) is scheduled to start from 27 November. The government has approved the entry of 50% fans in the stadium between Corona. With this, Mara-Marie was seen for tickets among fans. Online sale of tickets for the series 2 ODIs and 3 T20s started on Friday. All the seats were filled in half a day.
Cricket Australia has confirmed this. Team India will begin their tour of Australia in ODIs on 27 November in Sydney. However, there are still 1900 seats left for the first ODI. The stadium has become full for the next two ODIs and three T20s.
50% fans approved in day-night test
In the middle of Corona, the Indian team has to play 3 ODIs and 3 T20 series on Australia tour. After this, both teams will play a series of 4 Tests. It will begin with a day-night test in Adelaide on 17 December, in which the government approved 50% of the audience to watch the match. The capacity of this stadium is 54 thousand spectators.
25 thousand fans will get entry in boxing day test
After this, 25,000 fans will get entry in the Boxing Day Test to be held in Christmas Week. The stadium has a spectator capacity of one lakh. The Victorian Government and Melbourne Cricket Club will jointly prepare the Kovid Security Plan for the safe entry of fans.
|The match||The date||Venue|
|1st ODI (Day Night)||27 November||Sydney|
|2nd ODI (Day Night)||29 November||Sydney|
|3rd ODI (Day Night)||2 December||Canberra|
|1st T20 (Knight)||4 December||Canberra|
|2nd T20 (Knight)||6 December||Sydney|
|3rd T20 (Knight)||8 December||Sydney|
|1st Test (Day Night)||17-21 December||Adelaide|
|2nd Test||26-30 December||Melbourne|
|3rd Test||07-11 January||Sydney|
|4th test||15-19 January||Brisbane|