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CHENNAI: The MA Chidamabaram Stadium’s three stands — I, J and Ok — will likely be thrown open for spectators for a global match for the primary time since 2012 when it hosts the second India-England Check from February 13.
The three stands have been sealed after the 2011 World Cup owing to varied points, depriving the town the chance to host matches at numerous occasions, together with the World T20 in 2016 and the IPL ultimate in 2019.
An exception was made when the stands have been opened for an ODI between India and Pakistan in 2012.
Tickets for the second Check, to be performed right here from February 13 to 17, will go on sale from February 9, a high official of Tamil Nadu Cricket Affiliation (TNCA) mentioned on Sunday.
Round 15,000 tickets will likely be offered and they are going to be obtainable on-line solely, TNCA secretary R S Ramasaamy mentioned.
In the meantime, the TNCA employees are concerned in cleansing work within the stands, he mentioned, including they are going to be prepared earlier than the second Check.
The continuing first Check on the stadium right here is being performed behind closed doorways.
The media, which was barred entry for the collection opening Check, could be allowed to cowl the second, Ramasaamy mentioned.
The three stands have a most capability of 12,000 and every of the three stands have a capability of 4,000 seats apiece.

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