Upto 50 per cent of the seats on the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium will be allowed to be crammed with spectators for the second Test between India and England which is scheduled to be performed from February 13 to 17, the Tamil Nadu Cricket Affiliation (TNCA) mentioned on Tuesday.
“In view of the Authorities announcement that 50% occupancy would be allowed in stadia, Tamil Nadu Cricket Affiliation will enable 50 per cent spectators for the 2nd Test to be held between thirteenth and seventeenth February 2021,” TNCA secretary R.S.Ramaswamy mentioned in the assertion.
“The primary Test Match between India and England being held between fifth and ninth February 2021 will be performed behind closed doorways with out spectators as a precautionary measure for COVID-19 scenario. Additional particulars will be communicated shortly,” he additional mentioned.
Within the Normal Working Process for resumption of sports activities competitions in the nation launched on December 26, the Sports activities Ministry had allowed for stadia to crammed upto 50 per cent of their seating capability in outside occasions. Nonetheless, the cap on variety of spectators allowed may differ in accordance to pointers of native governments the place the occasion is being held and on the premise of what the organisers resolve.
Earlier, members of the Indian and England groups returned unfavorable outcomes to their Covid-19 assessments and accomplished their quarantine intervals forward of the primary Test.
The primary two Exams of the four-match collection will be performed in Chennai after which the third and fourth Exams will be performed on the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad.