IND vs WI: In the midst of the series of 3 T20 matches being played between India and the West Indies, very happy news is coming for the spectators. In fact, the BCCI has decided to allow 20,000 spectators to enter the Eden Gardens for the third and final T20 match to be played on February 20. However, most of them will be members of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB). BCCI President Sourav Ganguly gave this information in an email to CAB chief Avishek Dalmiya.
Spectators will be allowed entry in the last IND vs WI T20
IND vs WI: BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said in an email to Cricket Association of Bengal chief Avishek Dalmiya, “After your request, we discussed this issue with other office-bearers. After which we have decided that the spectators can be given entry in the last T20 against West Indies.
For this, the CAB will issue free tickets to its members and recognized units. Dalmiya said, “We are thankful to BCCI. This will enable CAB to fulfill its responsibility towards lifelong associates, annual and honorary members.
Was denied earlier
Earlier, Ganguly had said in an interview with PTI that we do not want to take any kind of risk regarding the health of the players. Therefore, spectators will not be allowed to enter the stadium.
After that, Dalmiya appealed to allow 70 percent spectators for the second and third matches. In the first and second T20 matches, only around 2000 spectators are allowed to enter the corporate box and the upper tier of the Dr. B.C. Roy clubhouse. Match passes for the first two matches have been issued to the sponsors only.