Australia vs India: Stadium At 50 Per Cent Capacity For Pink-Ball Test, Says Cricket Australia

 Adelaide Oval will have the day-night Test among Australia and India.© Twitter 

Cricket Australia on Tuesday reported that just 50 percent of the complete limit of the group will be permitted to enter the Adelaide Oval to watch the impending day-night Test among India and Australia. India and Australia are scheduled to bolt horns against one another in three ODIs, three T20Is, and four Tests. The main Test will be a day-night Test and it is scheduled to start from December 17 at the Adelaide Oval. “The SCG, which is set to host ODI and T20I matches and the Pink Test this summer, will hold 50 per cent of total capacity, as will Canberra’s Manuka Oval for their ODI and T20 international matches and the Adelaide Oval for historic Day-Night Test match starting December 17,” said Cricket Australia in its official delivery.

Cricket Australia has additionally explained that at this stage, the Boxing Day Test (December 26- 30) among India and Australia is set to hold 25 percent of the absolute limit swarm while the fourth Test at Brisbane will hold 75 percent of all out limit.

“At this stage, the Boxing Day Test is set to hold at least 25 per cent of total capacity across Public, Member and Corporate tickets, equating to 25,000 fans each day of the Test. The Gabba is set to host crowds at 75 per cent of venue capacity for the fourth and final Test of the series, starting on January 15, 2021,” CA said in its delivery.

India and Australia fight it out in the ODI arrangement first, and the primary match will be played on November 27.

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On Monday, the BCCI had rolled out a couple of improvements to its crew for the arrangement against Australia. Virat Kohli was allowed paternity leave and therefore, the captain will re-visitation of India after the main Test coordinate.

Rohit Sharma has been added to the Test crew, while he has been refreshed for the white-ball leg of the visit.

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