World News – AU – Very confident to have crowds during India-Australia Boxing Day test at CWM: Victoria Head of Government


Despite the ever-present threat of COVID-19, Boxing Day test between India and Australia could feature crowds with the government in Victoria saying it is’ very confident’ to have fans in the stands for the long-awaited shock

After being locked out for more than four months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Melbourne will soon start reopening following a reported drop in the number of cases in the state The India-Australia test series starts in mid-December with the traditional Boxing Day test scheduled for December 26

The head of government of the Australian state of Victoria, Daniel Andrews, said he was « very confident » that fans will be able to attend and that the administration is « working on it »

« Boxing Day test is of course very different as it’s far from being I’m very confident we will have a crowd at the MCG for Boxing Day test, » Andrews said as quoted by cricketcomau

« I don’t know how big it will be, but there will be a crowd, this is my advice, this is what we are working towards »

India tour in Australia will feature three T20Is, as many ODIs and four test matches It is expected to start from November 27

Sydney and Canberra are likely to host the white ball stage as the four-game test run begins with a D / N pink ball match in Adelaide from December 17 Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney are the locations of the other three tests

The Indian team will travel to Sydney immediately after the IPL ends on November 10, but there are still issues with the biosafety agreements that are being discussed by the two boards

India recorded a 137-point MCG victory on their last Australian tour in 2018-19

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