The ultimate three T20I matches of the five-game sequence between India and England might be performed behind closed doorways on the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad because of an increase in COVID-19 instances. The Gujarat Cricket Affiliation (GCA) will refund spectators who bought tickets for the final three video games.
“On account of rise in variety of Corona instances, we at GCA have determined in session with BCCI, the matches might be performed (behind) closed doorways and never enable the spectators within the floor throughout T20 internationals to be performed between India and England at Ahmedabad,” GCA vice-president Dhanraj Nathwani mentioned in a press launch. “We are going to type the coverage for refund of cash to the spectators, who’ve already bought the tickets for these three T20s. Those that have obtained complimentary tickets are requested to not go to the stadium.”
Th five-match sequence is being performed on the refurbished Narendra Modi Stadium which witnessed crowds of 67,200 and 66,352 respectively within the first two video games. Though the stadium holds a capability near 130,000, GCA allowed solely 50 per ent of the seats to be stuffed owing to coronavirus restrictions.
The sequence is presently tied at 1-1 after the primary two video games. England gained the opener by eight wickets earlier than the hosts bounced again to bag a seven-wicket win. The third T20I might be performed on Tuesday.