Tickets for India’s match in opposition to arch-rivals Pakistan on the Melbourne Cricket Ground within the T20 World Cup 2022 on October 23 have been bought out, the International Cricket Council (ICC) stated on Thursday. Even extra standing room tickets had been “snapped up inside minutes of occurring sale”, the ICC stated. The international cricket physique stated that over 500,000 tickets have been bought for the upcoming mega occasion in Australia, which will get underway subsequent month. India and Pakistan will face off of their opening Super 12s fixture.
“The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 is ready to welcome followers of all ages and backgrounds, with over 500,000 followers already securing their place to the occasion that begins in a single month’s time,” the ICC stated in its launch.
“Fans from 82 totally different nations have bought tickets to observe the world’s greatest gamers from 16 worldwide groups, marking the return of full stadiums at ICC occasions for the primary time for the reason that Women’s T20 World Cup in 2020, which culminated with 86,174 followers for the ultimate on the MCG,” it added.
“The India v Pakistan fixture on the MCG on 23 October is bought out, with extra standing room tickets snapped up inside minutes of occurring sale. An official re-sale platform will probably be launched nearer to the occasion, the place followers can change tickets at face worth,” ICC stated in regards to the conflict between subcontinent rivals.
Tickets for South Africa’s match in opposition to Bangladesh in addition to that of India and the runners-up of Group A have additionally been bought out, though extra tickets could also be made accessible.
“Only a really restricted variety of tickets stay for Australia’s opening Super 12 fixture in opposition to New Zealand on the SCG on 22 October, the double-header that includes Pakistan v Group A runner-up and India v South Africa at Perth Stadium on 30 October, and Pakistan v South Africa on the SCG on 3 November,” the ICC added.
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