The Sydney Cricket Ground has a capacity of about 38 thousand and in this way only 9500 spectators will be allowed to come to the stadium in the third match of the series, which is 1-1.
India vs Australia: For the third Test cricket match between India and Australia, starting on Thursday, only 25 per cent of the total capacity of Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) will be allowed to come to the stadium. This decision has been taken on the advice of the Government of New South Wales after the new cases of Kovid-19 were revealed in Sydney.
The capacity of SCG is about 38 thousand and in this way, only 9500 spectators will be allowed to come to the stadium in the third match of the series, which is 1-1.
Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley said in a statement, “Keeping viewership low is important to meet social distance needs
In the limited overs phase of the Indian tour in the SCG, two ODIs and as many T20 internationals were played. The first three matches were played in front of 18000 spectators, while the third T20 international on December 8 saw 30,000 spectators.
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