Tickets for India-Australia Indore ODI range from Rs 250-5120

Indore last hosted an ODI back in 2015 against South Africa.

Indore Ranji Trophy 2016-17
Indore. (Photo by Global Cricket Ventures/BCCI/Getty Images)

Tickets for the third one dayer between India and Australia at Indore will be up for grabs soon at the range of Rs 250 to 5120. The match will be held on September 24 at the Holkar Stadium. Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA) has made the announcement to PTI on Monday. The amount includes up to 28% Goods and Services taxes according to the statement made by MPCA secretary Milind Kanmadilkar.

The date of the online availability of the 20,000 odd tickets will be announced shortly according to Kanmadikar. Cricket fans may also grab their tickets from the cash counters. Also, special seating arrangement has been made for women and specially able people who would be interested in attending the event.


Indore last hosted an ODI back in 2015 against South Africa

The Holkar Stadium in Indore, hosted its inaugural Test match last year when New Zealand tour India for a 3-match Test and 5-match ODI affair. The match is renowned for the mammoth partnership between Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane. Virat scored his second double century in Test career with the help of his 211. Ajinkya Rahane missed out on his maiden double century by just 12 runs as he scored 188.

India won the match by a margin of 321 runs and whitewashed the three match Test series against the Kiwis. New Zealand tour India shortly after the Australian series Oct-Nov 2017. The first match of the India-Australia series will be held in Chennai.

The Aussies will take on the Boards President XI on Tuesday in a 50 over tour match as a practice match. The match will not be recognized as a List-A match as both teams are allowed to play with 14 players, 11 at a time. Aaron Finch is scheduled to miss out of the match due to a calf injury he suffered while representing the Sussex side this county season. Hilton Cartwright is also doubtful for the match as he is unwell.