Mumbai: With worldwide cricket returning to its fold after a number of years, the Cricket Membership of India (CCI) in Mumbai is all set to host the fourth ODI between India and West Indies on 29 October.
The Mumbai Cricket Affiliation (MCA), alternatively, is prone to transfer the Bombay Excessive Courtroom in opposition to the BCCI’s determination to shift the match from Wankhede Stadium, a supply stated.
“The preparations are occurring. We’ve obtained a letter from the BCCI. We’re within the strategy of tying up with an company on the market of tickets,” a senior CCI official advised PTI Monday.
“The ticket charges and particulars of sale will likely be introduced shortly,” he added.
The BCCI final Friday shifted the 29 October recreation from the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai to the picturesque Brabourne Stadium, after the MCA cited monetary constraints in internet hosting the sport.
The CCI, which often hosts practise video games of visiting worldwide groups, had final hosted a world ODI in 2006.
It had final hosted a world Take a look at in 2009 when India took on Sri Lanka.
“The work of awarding numerous tenders for the ODI recreation is in progress. Round 25,000 tickets will likely be obtainable on the market,” the official stated.
A miffed MCA on Saturday had shot off a letter to the BCCI’s Committee of Directors (COA), asking them the explanations behind shifting of the match.
A supply within the metropolis cricket physique stated Monday that the MCA, its eligible members and two golf equipment affiliated to it are set to maneuver the Bombay Excessive Courtroom with a writ petition in opposition to the BCCI’s determination to shift the match from Wankhede Stadium.
Printed Date: October 16, 2018
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Up to date Date: Oct 16, 2018