The International Cricket Council (ICC) has taken a big decision on the final match of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand. The ICC has announced a reduction in the price of tickets sold per test reserve day. It is believed that the decision was made due to continuous rainfall in Southampton. The fourth day of the final was washed away by rain and even a ball could not bowl.
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An ICC source said on Monday: ‘Yes, the price of sixth-day tickets goes down. This is the prevailing standard for Test matches to be played in the UK. While only UK residents can come to the stadium for Test matches, the ICC is also following those guidelines. Tickets for the WTC Finals are divided into three categories, including 150 GBP (approx Rs 15,444), 100 GBP (Rs 10,296) and 75 GBP (Rs 7,722) for the sixth day of the game’s fixed price of 100 GBP (Rs 10,296) and 75 GBP (Rs 7,722). ) And 50 GBP (Rs. 5,148).
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After the first day’s rain, the second day was only 64.4 overs and Sunday’s third day 76.3 overs. The third day of the Test was entirely New Zealand. India’s batting order fell in favor of Kiwi bowlers and the entire team was all out for 217. Kyle Jamison took 5 wickets while bowling deadly for New Zealand. By the end of the day, the Kiwis had scored 101 for just 2 wickets. Devon Conway scored a brilliant half century for the team. For India, Ishant Sharma and Ravichandran Ashwin took one wicket each.