Day-Night Test Match Gets High Ticket Demands

Day-Night Test Match Gets High Ticket Demands

Day-Night Test Match Gets High Ticket Demands

The historical match is packed with a lot of surprises for cricket fans

The maiden Day-Night Test match between India and Bangladesh is one of the most talked-about topics online among cricket fans. Tickets for the first three days are sold out in two days. A lot of fans are demanding for more tickets.

‘16,000 tickets of the Test match are available for sale. Remaining seats have been reserved for sponsors, BCCI representatives, MPCA members, former players, distinguished personalities, government officials etc’, an MPCA official said.

Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) secretary Avishek Dalmiya spoke about the ticket sales for the Test matches in Indore and Kolkata. ‘30% of the online saleable tickets for the first three days (5,905 tickets) have been sold out while over 3,500 tickets for the fourth day of the second Test between India and Bangladesh to be played at Eden Gardens from 22-26 November are sold’.

The first Day-Night Test has a lot of plans organized by the CAB. They invited a lot of star players to attend the special occasion in the history of Indian cricket. Prime Ministers of India and Bangladesh were sent an invitation. 

In early reports, former Indian captains are invited to do commentary for the match. However, there are still no confirmations from the former players.

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