The Indian team will play three ODIs, three T20Is and four Tests in addition to the tour of Australia. The Cricket Board of Australia has decided to allow 50 per cent spectators at the tournament and has started selling tickets online. Of that, 1,900 tickets for the first ODI alone have not yet been sold. Tickets for the other two ODIs and three T20s sold out within 24 hours.
No announcements have been made yet about ticket sales for the Test match. According to an Australian television station, “Tickets for the second and third ODIs sold out in 24 hours. Of the tickets for the first ODI, 1,900 have not yet been sold. ”
Australian cricket team manager Anthony Evert said, “The India-Australia series has generated worldwide anticipation. We have allowed 50 per cent spectators to watch the match. Appropriate restrictions will be imposed. ” One day, the T20 series will be held in Sydney and Canberra only. It is noteworthy that cricket fans from abroad are not allowed.