50 percent of spectators allowed for the first Test at Mohali





The BCCI decided today (01) to allow 50 percent of spectators for the first Test between Sri Lanka and India at Mohali under COVID protocols. Earlier, the first Test was scheduled to play in Mohali behind closed-doors. However, following a meeting held late in the day, BCCI officials have given the signal to Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) to allow spectators for the Test. This will be Virat Kohli's 100th Test match.



"The first Test between India and Sri Lanka to be played at Punjab Cricket Stadium in Mohali won't be held behind closed doors". - BCCI Secretary Jay Shah to ANI



Tickets will be available for fans from Wednesday (02). First Test will be played on 04, MAR at Mohali Stadium.



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