new Delhi: Prior to the 4-match Test series between India and England (IND vs ENG) starting on February 5, it has been decided that the spectators were also given entry in the second Test match to be held in Chennai (Chennai) from February 13. Will go. However, England’s fast bowler Jofra Archer has refused to believe this. Archer said that he could not believe that the audience would come to the ground.
‘Will trust only after seeing’
Jofra Archer said that he could not believe this until he saw the audience in the second Test. Archer said, ‘I won’t believe until I actually see the fans coming to the stadium’. In fact, England’s team has played different series against West Indies, Pakistan, Australia and Ireland in the last five months. Every time it is said that the audience will be brought to the ground, but this is not possible. That’s why Jofra Archer has stopped trusting this thing now.
50% viewers will be on the field in the second test
The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) and the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) have decided to allow 50 per cent spectators to the ground in the second Test. Confirming this, TNCA secretary RS Ramaswamy said that the first test would be played without viewers, while the second test would have 50 per cent spectators present at the stadium. This is also supported by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
PM Modi can come to see the third test
The third and fourth match of the Test series between India and England will be played at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad. It is the largest cricket stadium in the world in terms of spectator capacity. If sources are to be believed, the BCCI has sent an invitation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi), BJP President JP Nadda (JP Nadda) and Union Sports Minister Kiran Rijiju (Kiren Rijiju) to come to the match for the third Test. Along with all this, Union Home Minister Amit Shah can also be present in the match.