New Delhi: The World Cup has started, today there is a big match between India and Australia in Chennai. Team India is going to make its debut in the World Cup with today’s match. After this, India’s next match will be with Pakistan on 14 October. Fans are eagerly waiting for the India-Pakistan match. The ODI match will be held after almost 11 years on Saturday, 14th October.
The match of both the teams is to be held at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Cricket fans have started booking tickets for this match long in advance. Everyone wants to go to the stadium and watch this match. In such a situation, BCCI has given good news to the fans of India-Pakistan match. Let us know what special gift BCCI has given to the cricket fans.
BCCI issued so many more tickets
Everyone wants tickets for the match between India and Pakistan. The first lot of tickets for this match was released in the end of August, which got sold out within a few minutes. After which now BCCI will release 14 thousand more tickets for cricket fans. The board said in its statement – BCCI announces the release of 14,000 tickets for the India and Pakistan match to be held in Ahmedabad on October 14.
When will the tickets be available and how will they be booked?
After BCCI’s statement, there is only one question in everyone’s mind that when and where will the tickets for the match between India and Pakistan be available? So let us tell you, on 8th October i.e. today at 12 noon, fans can buy tickets for the match between India and Pakistan. It will be sold on the official ticketing website of the World Cup https://tickets.cricketworldcup.com.
Sitting capacity of more than 1.3 lakh in the stadium
The match between India and Pakistan will be played at Narendra Modi Stadium. This is also the largest cricket stadium in the world. Its seating capacity is about 1 lakh 32 thousand. There is every expectation that the stadium will be full during the match between India and Pakistan.
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