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There is good news coming in from Australia for all the cricket fans based in Australia as it has been confirmed that fans will be allowed during India’s tour of Australia specifically for the test series. It was earlier reported that with the COVID-19 pandemic into the play the Australian Cricket won’t be allowing any spectators on the ground for any of the tests.

As during the previous test series played amidst the COVID19 situation in England we observed biosecure bubbles coming into place due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Starting from the England vs West Indies and England vs Pakistan series, we witnessed players being kept in a bio-secure bubble for the entire duration of the tour. Similarly, even the IPL in the UAE was played with biosecure protocols into place.

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Spectators To Occupy 50% Seats For India vs Australia Test Series

According to a report by cricket.com.au, it said that for the Adelaide Oval test about 27,000 tickets will be available each day which is 50 per cent of the total capacity as the local government had approved for 25000 fans for each day.

“The Adelaide Oval is restricted to 50 per cent capacity, with 27,000 tickets available for each day of the opening day-night Test, At present, the Victorian Government has approved 25,000 fans for each day of the Boxing Day Test across public, member, and corporate tickets,”cricket.com.au reported.

The report further stated that with the improving situation in the city it is possible that we might see more tickets being put up for sale but again that depends on the situation in future.

“With the improving COVID19 situation in the city, it is hoped more tickets may be able to be put on sale closer to the time, but this is yet to be confirmed,” it added.

As of now the second Test to be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground also has a cap of 23,000 that is 50 per cent of its total capacity. The SCG, which will host the traditional Pink Test from January 7 between India and Australia is limited to 50 per cent of total capacity or 23,000 fans.

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