India-Sri Lanka second Test: 100 per cent spectators allowed

India-Sri Lanka second Test: 100 per cent spectators allowed

From Bengaluru: The India-Sri Lanka Day Test is set to begin on Saturday. The two of them are going to face each other for the first time in the pink ball under the Flood9 light. Hundreds of spectators were allowed to sit in the stadium for the India-Sri Lanka Pink Ball Test. Earlier, 50 percent of spectators received stadium permission for the match. However, as the demand for match tickets increased, the organizers of the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) asked the Karnataka government for permission to increase the number of spectators.

The Karnataka government allowed the stadium to be 100 per cent spectacular. Then the ticket sales for the first two days of the game started. KSCA Treasurer Binay Mrityunjaya informed that 10,000 tickets reserved for the general public have already been sold. KSCA will sell additional tickets on Friday.

The Chinnaswamy Stadium is set to host its first day-night Test. The stadium is fully prepared for the historic Test. The pitch is ready. Arriving in Bengaluru on Wednesday afternoon, the Indian team rested. The team’s practice camp began on Thursday. Each player and coaching member attended the practice camp. The coaches focused on the young players on the team. Shubham Gill, along with Mayank Agarwal, Shreyas Ayyar’s chief, have been batting for a long time. Coach Akshar Patel, who has returned from a fit, had his eye on the coach.

A one-day Test between India and England was played in Ahmedabad last year. In just two days, India won the Test. Akshar Patel took 11 wickets in the match. The Bengaluru-based P4 will also help the spinner. So India will play three spinners here like in the first Test. Jayant Yadav is expected to be dropped from the XI after the letter returns. The Chinnaswamy Stadium is 3,000 feet above sea level. Therefore, the humidity in the local climate will be lower. Due to the high temperatures during the day, the dew will be very late at night. As a result, the dew will not be affected during the game.

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