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Tickets for India vs New Zealand T20I cricket match in Jaipur are now available online

The first match between India and New Zealand in this T20I series is scheduled to take place on November 17

Tickets of the opening match in the upcoming T20I series between India and New Zealand in Jaipur, are now available online. Scheduled to take place on November 17, this will be the first international cricket match to take place at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium after a long gap of 8 years. While the range of tickets for the first match in this three match series starts from ₹1,000, the most expensive ticket is priced at ₹15,000.


T20I series to be followed by 2-match test series

While the first T20 match will be played in Jaipur on November 17, the next one is scheduled on November 19 in Ranchi. The third and final match will take place on November 21, in Kolkata. Reportedly, this Twenty20 series will be followed up by a 2-match test series between the two countries, as apart of World Test Championship. While the first test match will be played in Kanpur by the end of this month, the second one is scheduled to be played in Mumbai in December.

No restriction on crowd attendance

In line with the current state guidelines, the host association has not placed any restrictions on crowd attendance. People who've only taken a single jab of the COVID vaccine can also enter the stadium with a negative test report within 48 hours from the beginning of the game. However, according to the official of the Rajasthan Cricket Association, no one will be allowed to enter the stadium without wearing a mask. Set to take place in the stadium with the capacity to host 25,000 people, this match is expected to bring cricket enthusiast back to the stadium post the pandemic.

Notably, this is the first international match that will be played in the country without any restriction in the era of coronavirus. While the crowd was permitted during the home series of India against England, the number of spectators were set at a cap of 50% only. Eventually, the game was played with no audience owing to the spike in COVID cases.

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