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The first Test between India & South Africa to be played behind the closed doors

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India are booked to play three Tests and as numerous ODIs in South Africa, with the first of three Tests planned to start in Centurion from December 26. The Virat Kohli-drove side have as of now arrived in the rainbow country, and began their training in front of the red-ball series against the Proteas.

In the mean time, a few nearby media reports recommended that the Supersport Park in Centurion has not put the tickets available to be purchased, which implies the Boxing Day Test among India and South Africa will be played without onlookers.

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As per reports, it is discovered that a couple of suite holders and representatives will be permitted to watch the principal Test match live in Centurion.

Reports likewise recommended that the rising worry over the rise of the new Covid-19 variation Omicron has constrained the nation’s cricket load up not to sell the tickets for the Boxing Day Test. Outstandingly, in front of the three-match Test series against India, Cricket South Africa (CSA) had declared that all the homegrown series matches are delayed as a preventive measure against Covid-19.

At this point, no tickets are at a bargain for the second Test of the three-match series, which is planned to start on January 3 at the Wanderers.

It will be interesting to see both competitive side fighting against each other for the survival in the second edition of World Test Championship.

It will be test for the Indian side to play in the overseas pitch with new combination of players with ongoing under performance from few experienced players.

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