Fans can rejoice ahead of the Day-Night Test between India and Sri Lanka, which begins on Saturday in Bengaluru. The Karnataka State Cricket Association has made the Chinnaswamy Stadium open to all spectators. The two-match Test series will conclude with this match. In Mohali, India defeated Pakistan by an innings and 222 runs in the first Test of the series.
Santosh Menon, secretary of the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA), predicted that the stadium would be packed for the day-night Test. This has also been approved by the government. When ticket sales began, he stated that demand had increased. This is why we had to bargain with the government to get a 100 percent audience.
Tickets have also been issued for the Chinnaswamy Test. They come in four different price ranges. Rs 1250 is the most expensive ticket (Grand Terrace). At the same time, the most affordable ticket costs Rs 100. E-executive will cost Rs 750, while D-corporate will cost Rs 500.
In this series, the Indian team has played the best game so far. This will be India’s fourth Test at home, and their third day-night Test. Team India had previously won two of the three matches. At the same time, in December 2020, the Kangaroos defeated Australia in a Test played at his home.