In the third and last match of the T20 series between India and Australia, the field can be filled with spectators. The limit on viewership in the country’s New South Wales (NSW) has been lifted.
New South Wales Premier Gladie Berejiklin said on Wednesday that up to 100 percent of spectators can sit in outdoor stadiums from Monday. There have been no cases of Kovid in this eastern province for three consecutive weeks and because of this the rules of social distancing have been relaxed.
The Premier said, “We have tried to strike a balance between giving people a discount and a chance for the business to flourish.” We also want to maintain the basic way of facing Kovid safely. ‘
The last match of the three T20 matches series between Australia and India is to be played in Sydney on Tuesday. The entire capacity of this ground is 48 thousand. The first match of the series will be played in Canberra on Friday. After this, the second match will take place in Sydney on Sunday. Last month, when half the spectators were allowed to sit on the ground, tickets for these matches were sold out quickly.
Cricket Australia has also supported this decision to relax viewership rules. Cricket Australia said in October that its 2021 finances would result in a loss of 120 million Australian dollars (US $ 88 million) or about 650 crore Indian rupees due to the viewership limit.