Sports desk. The Board of Control for Cricket in India has given good news ahead of the second match of the four-match Test series to be played between India and England. To watch this match played in Chennai, 50 per cent of the spectators will be allowed to watch the match at the stadium. Information about the sale of tickets will be given soon. The test series between India and England is eagerly awaited. Cricket giants and cricket lovers from all over the world are eager to see the collision between the two teams in this series. On Monday, the BCCI gave two green signal to the spectators for the second match to be played in Chennai.
The first Test match between the two countries is to be played from 5 February. Chennai has been given the responsibility of hosting the first two matches of the four-match series. Both teams are preparing fiercely for this match to be played at the M Chidambaram Stadium. Sachin RS Ramaswamy of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association has informed that in the second Test the capacity of 50 per cent spectators will be present in the stadium.
India-England Test Series schedule
First Test – 5 February to 9 February (Chennai)
Second Test – 13 February to 17 February (Chennai)
Third Test – 24 February to 28 February (Ahmedabad)
Fourth Test – 4 March to 7 March (Ahmedabad)
The Indian team has won a historic 2–1 in the recent Test series against Australia in Australia. England, on the other hand, have won the 2–0 Test series against Sri Lanka at their home. Both teams are in excellent form. For this reason, this series is expected to be exciting.