Arch-rivals India and Pakistan are set to clash for the third time in the T20 World Cup and the tickets got sold in a few minutes. The match is going to take place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on October 23. The fans have even got hold of the additional room tickets. The craze of the India-Pakistan match has always been very high and the selling of tickets in within a few minutes even justifies the fact.
Asia Cup also had seen a similar experience before the India-Pakistan match where the tickets got sold immediately within a few minutes. Due to political and diplomatic reasons, the two countries have stopped playing the bilateral series, and the two countries meet each other only at ICC and ACC events. Such a craze from the fans is quite normal.
As per the ICC website, “an official re-sale platform will be launched closer to the event, where fans can exchange tickets at face value.”
The Indian population in Australia is huge for and the tickets were immediately sold out. The tickets were all sold out for the double-header Sydney on October 27 as well.
For Aust aralia’s opening Super 12 game against New Zealand. there is only a limited number of tickets available. The same thing applies for Pakistan v Group A runner-up and India v South Africa at Perth Stadium on 30 October
More than 500,000 tickets got sold for the T20 World Cup Tournament that commences on October 16. Hopefully, the players will see a packed audience.
“We are delighted by the uptake of tickets for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup with over 500,000 already being snapped up. The excitement is really building with just over a month to go and this World Cup is set to be an unmissable event. There are still some tickets available to buy, so fans should make sure they secure theirs while they are still available,” Chris Tetley, ICC Events Head said
The main tournament, which will begin with qualifications on October 16, will include a total of 16 teams, and it will mark the first time since the 2022 Women’s T20 World Cup that stadiums will be fully occupied.