Despite the widespread threat of the Kovid-19, the Boxing Day Test match between India and Australia may allow spectators to come in as the Victoria government has said that it is extremely confident of the fans’ presence in the much-awaited match. Melbourne will soon open after more than four months of lockdown due to the Kovid-19 pandemic, as Covid-19 cases have declined over the past few years in this Victoria province.
The Test series between India and Australia will begin in December, while the Boxing Day Test will be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) from December 26 as usual. Daniel Andrews, head of the provincial government of the Australian province of Victoria, said he was confident that spectators would be present at the match and the administration is working on it.
“The Boxing Day Test match is definitely very different,” Andrews told Cricket.com.au. I am confident that the audience will be present at the MCG for the Boxing Day Test. “He said,” I do not know how many viewers will be allowed, but there will be viewers there. We have been given such advice and we will work on it. are doing.”
Limited overs series are expected to take place in Sydney and Canberra, while four Tests will be played in Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney. The day and night test is to be held in Adelaide. Cricket Australia has not yet sent the final schedule to the BCCI as each province in Australia has different rules of segregation.