- Viewers will get entry in the second Test played between India and England
- Tamil Nadu Cricket Association said that BCCI has given the green signal for this
- Now 12,000-15,000 spectators can get entry in the 38,000 capacity Chidambaram Stadium
Since the introduction of the pandemic Corona virus vaccine, discussion has started about the entry of spectators into the stadiums. The first Test of the Test series between India and England will be played in Chennai from 5 February. The spectators will not get an entry in this match, but 50% (of the stadium’s capacity) fans are allowed to enter and sit in the stadium to watch the second Test played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium from February 13 to 17.
In this regard, the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) was informed by BCCI on Monday. TNCA Secretary RS Ramasamy said on Monday, “The BCCI said that fans may be allowed for the second Test. We are waiting for official confirmation right now. The first test will be played behind closed doors. It was too late to arrange the first test.
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The Tamil Nadu government has decided to open the door to the audience following the revised guidelines allowing 50% crowd entry to stadiums. Let us know that earlier it was said that fans will not be allowed for the first two Tests. After the I, J and K stand was approved last year, Chepak’s total capacity for the audience once again has risen to around 38,000.
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According to Ramasamy, around 12,000–15,000 tickets can be expected to go on sale. The pavilion and its stand will not have seats, as it is close to dressing the players. Ramasamy said about this, “We will not sit fans on the pavilion and the roof, to ensure that no one comes close to the players’ area.”
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