“Ranchi Ready: India-England Test Begins!”

The highly anticipated fourth Test match of the five-Test series between India and England is scheduled to take place at the JSCA Stadium in Ranchi starting February 23. Both teams’ players are set to arrive at Ranchi airport on Tuesday, where they will be transported to Hotel Radisson Blue in separate buses. The hotel has made arrangements for approximately 115 rooms to accommodate players and match officials from both teams.

Upon their arrival in Ranchi on Tuesday, players from both teams will take a rest before engaging in practice sessions at the JSCA on February 21 and 22. Each practice session is allocated two hours. India currently holds a 2-1 lead in the ongoing five-match series. Following the conclusion of the fourth Test match on the 27 the teams will depart for Dharamshala on 28. The final match of the series will take place there from March 7 to 11.

Ticket Sales Begin at 9:30 am, Limit of 6 Tickets per Person!
Ticket sales for the upcoming matches at the JSCA Stadium are set to commence on Tuesday, with counters opening at 9:30 am. The JSCA management has announced that individuals will be limited to purchasing a maximum of 6 tickets per person, and a valid ID card will be required for purchase. Ticket prices range from Rs 250 to Rs 2500, with the latter option including access to the MS Dhoni Pavilion along with food.

Sales will take place at five counters located at the West Gate of the stadium, with one counter reserved for women and another for individuals with disabilities. Online ticket bookings will be facilitated at two counters. All counters will operate until February 27, allowing cricket enthusiasts the opportunity to secure their tickets daily between 9:30 am and 1 pm, as well as from 2 pm to 4:30 pm.

“Online Tickets for February 23_ 25 Nearly Sold Out!”
Online ticket sales commenced on February 16, with the majority of tickets for the February 23 to 25 period already sold out. Currently, only tickets for Wing A, B, C, and D Lower Tier, as well as the Premium Terrace of the Amitabh Chaudhary Pavilion, remain available. It’s noted that many attendees are opting for tickets priced at Rs 250.

England played only one ODI in JSCA, lost to India
The England team is gearing up for their second outing at the JSCA Stadium. Previously, they contested an ODI against India at the same venue back in January 2013, resulting in a seven-wicket defeat for England.