Melbourne: India and Australia (IND vs AUS) have now started preparing for the Test series. The Test series will begin with the Day-Night Test in Adelaide on 17 December. After which the next Test will be played in Melbourne.
The Boxing Day Test, played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), will allow 30,000 spectators to watch the matches every day. This Test will be the second match of the four-match Test series played between India and Australia.
CA Increased viewership
Cricket Australia (CA) tweeted, ‘We are ready to welcome many viewers in the MCG. The number of Boxing Day Test matches has been increased to 30,000 spectators per day. We are happy that we will welcome so many viewers on MCG. Especially when this year has been very challenging for Victoria ‘.
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Earlier due to Kovid-19, CA had set the audience limit of 25,000 per day in MCG.
In the first Test match to be played at the Adelaide Oval ground, 50 per cent of the spectators in the stadium will be allowed to visit the stadium every day.
The third Test match will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). This stadium is also allowed 50 per cent spectators. This match will be played from January 3 to 21. The fourth Test will be played at Brisbane’s Gaba from 15 to 19 January. This stadium will be allowed 30,000 visitors per day.