The upcoming T20 Men’s World Cup, to be held in the United Arab Emirates (and in Oman for some of the first-round games) in October, November, will feature a significant crowd attendance, with all stadiums announced to accommodate people throughout the tournament. on a 70% on Sunday.
This will make the tournament the largest event in the UAE since the pandemic in terms of fan participation. The second half of the last PSL, which took place in June this year in the United Arab Emirates. Was not open to viewers, while the ongoing IPL has fans in “reduced capacity” at the venues. Let the fans take part in the IPL games
“The ICC and event host BCCI has worked closely with host authorities. To ensure fans can be welcomed in a safe environment. And COVID 19 protocols will apply at all venues,” an ICC statement said.
Tickets for the games have already been sold in both Oman and the United Arab Emirates. The stadium in Abu Dhabi will also include socially distant capsules with four people each. While a temporary structure at the Oman Cricket Academy will allow up to 3,000 fans to attend in person.
Originally, the T20 World Cup was supposed to take place in India. But an increase in Covid19 cases in the country earlier this year resulted in a move to the United Arab Emirates. Where the rest is currently taking place. of the IPL.
The T20 World Cup kicks off in Muscat on October 17. With Oman taking on Papua New Guinea in the first round against Abu Dhabi. Dubai will host the final, which will take place on November 14.
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