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T20 World Cup: Pak vs Ind tickets sold out within hours

Tickets for the most-awaited rivalry of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021, Pak vs Ind, are now out of stock as they got sold within a few hours after the International Cricket Council (ICC) set the ticket sale live on 3rd October.

The contest is scheduled for 24th October as the arch-rivals will kick-start their T20 World Cup campaign facing each other. Notably, the two teams have not met each other in a bilateral series since 2012 and only encounter during ICC, ACC events.

Pak vs Ind: Who will win this time?

Pakistan are yet to win versus India in the World Cup and might be trying to break the streak this time. India, under the veteran leadership of Virat Kohli, will step in the field with the likewise hopes to continue the winning streak however, Babar Azam and chaps may be with the modish spirit this time.

It is pertinent to mention that it will be Azam’s first big tournament as a captain whereas, it will be the last T20 tournament of Kohli who has announced retirement from the format recently.

 it is going to be the first-ever bigger tournament since the COVID pandemic surrounded the globe. It will be hosted by Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) respectively.

The Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) and the UAE government is working to make the World Cup run smoothly amidst the COVID. All SOPs will be strictly followed.

It is stated that Oman stadium will not welcome more than 3000 lookouts whereas, all the three venues of the UAE will accommodate nearly 70% of the spectators.

You can buy your ticket at https://www.t20worldcup.com/tickets/buy-tickets

Those, who are unable to fly to Oman and UAE to enjoy the matches, can enjoy their favourite teams’ rivalries via broadcasting mediums. The broadcasting details including social media, TV channels and other digital modes will be announced in a short course.

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