According to local media, Supersport Park has not put tickets on sale, making it pretty clear that crowds should watch the cricket action on their televisions.
JOHANNESBURG: The first test between India and South Africa since Centurion on December 26 will go without spectators as the host country’s cricket billboard does not sell tickets before the emergence of the new COVID-19 Omicron variant , according to a report.
Only certain owners and delegates of the suite will be able to watch the game live even though the current COVID-19 restrictions put in place by the government allow 2,000 fans, according to the Afrikaans-language weekly “Report” cited by the site “news24”.
Organizers are, however, waiting to see if there will be any changes to government regulations related to COVID-19 next week. Organizers are, however, waiting to see if there will be any changes to government regulations related to COVID-19 next week.
At the moment, there are no tickets on sale for the second test starting here at the Wanderers on January 3. “Please note that no announcement has been made regarding ticket sales for the upcoming #ImperialWanderers Stadium betting test match between South Africa and India,” the stadium’s official Twitter account said.
At this stage, it is not clear whether fans will be admitted. We will make further announcements in due course.