All the Tickets for the England vs India 2021 3rd Test Have Been Sold Out

All the tickets for the England vs India 2021 3rd Test Have Been Sold Out

Cricket fans are flocking to watch the 3rd test match between ENG vs IND 2021 at Motera Stadium. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said all the tickets for the 3rd test between India vs England 2021 have been sold out. This means we are going to see a spectacular crowd in the stadiums. The third test match between India vs England 2021 Live Streaming will start from 24th February 2021.

The series is currently 1-1. India took sweet revenge for the loss in the first match. India beat England by 317 runs in the second Test of the series in Chennai. As a result, there is an atmosphere of relief in Kohli’s family now.

The confident Indian team is in good spirits before the third Test. There is no end to the excitement of the Indian fans with this test. The third Test will be at the world’s largest stadium.

Motera is now the largest stadium in the world for spectators. One lakh ten thousand spectators will be able to watch the match sitting together. The BCCI has allowed 50 percent of spectators to sit on the field since the second Test. The same rule is followed in the third Test in Ahmedabad.

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This match will be day and night. Says pink. So the audience is more excited about the Third Test. And in this match, more than 50 thousand spectators will watch the game in Motara. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said all the tickets for the Motera Test have already been sold. The Indian board is quite confident that cricket will return to the country. Cricket is returning after six-seven years with the construction of the new stadium.

Will BCCI allow spectators to come to the field in IPL after the Test series? BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said the Indian board would take a decision on the matter soon. It is not too late for IPL. However, this time the BCCI is determined to bring the spectators back to the field. Although some rules must be obeyed by the audience. The Indian Cricket Board will issue guidelines in a few days