Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) secretary Santosh Menon has confirmed that the second test between India and Sri Lanka will have a 50 per cent spectator capacity.
India vs. Sri Lanka: Pink Ball test in Bengaluru with 50 percent audience (Reuters Photo)
- Bengaluru Pink Ball Test is said to have around 50 percent viewers: KSCA secretary
- The game is played daily from 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m
- Tickets for the 2nd test will be available from March 1st on the KSCA website
Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) secretary Santosh Menon has confirmed that the second test between India and Sri Lanka, a day-night pink ball test, will have 50 per cent viewers in Bengaluru.
KSCA secretary Santosh Menon has told Sports Tak that the federation has asked the government to let fans in and the board has been given permission for a 50 per cent spectator rating once they deal with the Covid situation. Santosh Menon expressed his delight after receiving the permit and said he would be taking all necessary precautions as per government guidance and protocols for Covid.
“It’s the Pink Ball Test and we’re all ready to host it and will do everything we can to make it a success,” Menon told Sports Tak.
Tickets for the second test will be available from March 1st on the KSCA website and from March 6th at the box office. Tickets for the game cost between Rs 100 and Rs 2,500. The game will be played from 2pm to 9pm with KSCA also considering inviting school students to the game.
“KSCA is pleased to announce that a historic Day/Night Test match will be played at M Chinnaswamy Stadium from March 12-16, 2022, featuring the Pink Ball for the first time. The day/night test match will be played every day from 2:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The hospitality tickets (P-Corporate, Pavilion Terrace and P2 Stand} not only offer the best views of the site, but also include assigned seating and free meal vouchers,” the KSCA said in a statement.