Boxing Day Test between India and Australia could be moved out of MCG

Australia's Peter Handscomb walks off after being dismissed during play in the second cricket test between Australia and India in Perth, Australia, Friday, Dec. 14, 2018. (AP Photo/Trevor Collens)

Cricket has returned to the Corona call but spectators are not being allowed to come to the ground. But now there is good news for the fans of India and Australia that the audience can be allowed to come in the Boxing Day Test between these two teams. Let us know that after the IPL, Team India will go to an Australia tour, where a series of four Test matches will be played from December 3.

Explain that during this Test series, a Boxing Day Test match will be played between India and Australia, in which spectators can be allowed to come. The Boxing Test is to be held in Melbourne. Victoria PM Daniel Andrews said Monday that she was speaking to the Australian government for permission to visit the ground during the Boxing Day Test against the Indian team in Melbourne.

It may be noticed that earlier there were reports that Coronavirus cases are increasing in Victoria province, so Boxing Day can move the Test match to another place. Victoria’s PM wants to see the audience on the ground in the Boxing Day Test, but before that, strong security arrangements are also necessary on the ground so that there is no risk of the outbreak of the epidemic in the audience.

Let us tell you that the Boxing Day Test is scheduled to be held between India and Australia on 26 December. India’s tour of Australia is also considered to be important for Cricket Australia and it is busy in its preparations.


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