The first Twenty20 match between India and South Africa on Thursday is expected to be a sell-out, with 94 per cent of tickets sold at the Arun Jaitley Stadium’s 35,000 capacity. For the first time since November 2019, an international game is being staged in Delhi.

“We’ve sold 94 per cent of the tickets.” About 400-500 tickets are still available, according to DDCA joint secretary Rajan Manchanda. A total of 27,000 tickets were available for purchase.

Senior folks will be able to access the stadium by golf cart as part of an attempt to enhance the fan experience,” he stated.

The DDCA has recommended that spectators wear masks at all times except while eating and drinking, even though the COVID-19 problem is under control.

“Our employees are put to the test daily. “We urge that fans follow COVID guidelines at all times and wear masks,” Manchanda said.