If you live in Indore, the chances of you being a cricket fan are quite high. The city's love for cricket is only next to its love for food and it isn't an astonishing fact that Indore is the only place to have a staggering cricket trophy statue.


So when we hear that an international match is being played right here in the city, its no wonder that we'd go bonkers and find ways to be a part of the match. So, listen up people! India will be batting Sri Lanka in Indore on January 7th and the tickets for the match are still available!

What's the update?

Holkar Cricket Stadium

India will be playing a series of matches against Sri Lanka, the first in Guwahati, second in Indore and the last one in Pune. For their second match, the two teams will be coming to Indore to play at the Holkar Stadium here.

The match which is set to take place on 7th January is sure to put a spell on Indoreans who already have an unprecedented love for the game and the players. The interesting hing about the game was the fact that the Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association set the ticket prices between ₹500 and ₹4290.

Statue of ICC World Cup 2011 trophy in Indore

Because of the reasonable prices, most of the tickets for the game have already been sold out, yet if you're a fan who isn't short of funds, some tickets still remain unsold. So if you're willing, the more premium match tickets for ₹4305 - ₹4920 still remain!

Also Read: Did You Know: Indore has a 35 ft tall statue of 2011 cricket world cup trophy!

Knock Knock

For the people of Indore who love cricket like nothing else, this is an opportunity like no other. You can start your new year right by being a spectator of a spectacular match where you can cheer your favourite player and watch the Indian cricket serve another great win or play a phenomenal game.

Date: January 7th, 2020

Tickets: ₹4305 - ₹4920 | Buy them here

Venue: Holkar Cricket Stadium, Race Course Rd, Near Janjerwala Square, IDA Building, New Palasia, Indore

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