India vs South Africa T20I series: Cuttack tickets sold out and tickets have already started selling in black

    The Orissa Cricket Association closed the ticket counters one day before the match, all tickets for the second T20I between India and South Africa in Cuttack have been sold. The second T20I between India and South Africa in Cuttack has drawn a large audience, with no tickets left. However, as per reports, ticket black marketing is at an all-time high, due to the craze of the series.

    The second Twenty20 International between India and South Africa will be played on Sunday, June 12th. The second T20I will be held in Cuttack’s Barabati stadium, which is set to be packed to capacity. South Africa leads the five-match series 1-0.

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    The sale of the tickets in black have risen up

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    Black marketers are at their zenith, offering tickets at outrageous rates on the internet. According to the study, criminals bought tickets in bulk and then sold them online for a profit. To make a quick payday, criminals have turned to a digital formula. They have created an OLX advertising to sell tickets.

    According to a source, a ticket for Gallery 2 at Rs 700 was sold for Rs 5,000, and a ticket for Gallery 3 worth Rs 900 was sold for more than Rs 5,000. The original price of a Gallery 4 ticket is Rs 7,000, however, it is now offered for Rs 15,000.

    Rules for the spectators

    Visitors to the stadium will be required to wear face masks before of the games, and any who do not comply will be severely punished. In the wake of an increase in Covid-19 instances around the country, precautionary action was adopted to safeguard the safety of spectators.

    India vs South Africa Live

    South Africa leads the series 1-0 following a comprehensive 7-wicket victory in the opening T20I in New Delhi. Spinners are likely to play a significant role, with Yuzvendra Chahal proving to be a key player. While India will rely on its bowling, it is noteworthy noting that just one bowler finished with an economy rate of less than ten. The Indian team’s net practice session will take place between 1 and 4 p.m. on Saturday, while the Proteas’ net sessions will actually occur between 5 and 8 p.m. on the same day.

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