KSCA Tickets: The famous M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru will host the second India-Sri Lanka test match in March.
The second test match of Sri Lanka’s ongoing India tour will be played in Bangalore from March 12-16. The last Test match at the famous Mr. Chinnaswamy Stadium dates back to 2018, when India hosted Afghanistan for their inaugural game in Test history.
In all formats, Bengaluru will host an international game after more than two years. In what will be the third pink ball test match (the first on this venue) in India, it will be the fourth featuring India and Sri Lanka.
India, who have played all 23 matches in the Bengaluru Test to date, have won eight, lost six and made nine in almost five decades. Sri Lanka, on the other hand, played a solitary test match here. It was 1994 when Sri Lanka lost by one set and 95 runs in Bengaluru.
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Unlike the first test match in Mohali, Mr. Chinnaswamy Stadium will allow spectators inside the stadium. Although not at full capacity, a crowd at 50% capacity will be able to attend the second India-Sri Lanka test match next month.
KSCA will allow 50% crowds in Bengaluru for the day-night test against Sri Lanka from March 12-16.
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“This is the test of the pink ball and we are all ready to welcome it and we will spare no effort to make it happen successfully,” said KSCA (Karnataka State Cricket Association) Secretary Santosh Menon . Sports tactics.
KSCA’s preparation for the match can be judged by the fact that they will be selling tickets to the general public from March 1. By and large, state associations don’t start selling tickets until a few days before the scheduled game day.
As is often the case these days, tickets will be available on an online platform from Tuesday. As for exchanging tickets online and buying new tickets at the stadium box office, this process will start from March 6.
Fans are suggested to book the tickets after considering that the timings of a day-night Test are different from a conventional day Test match.