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India vs England: RS Ramasamy, secretary of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association, confirmed that the BCCI has allowed 50 per cent fans for the second Test.

The first Test between India and England will be played behind closed doors, while in the second Test starting on 13 February, attendance will be 50 per cent crowded, the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) secretary confirmed on Tuesday. The first two matches of the four-match Test series will be played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, before the cricketers headed to Ahmedabad for the third and fourth Tests. The first Test will be played from Friday, while the second will start from 13 February.

Speaking to ANI, TNCA secretary RS Ramaswamy said that the association has received final approval from the BCCI to allow fans to come for the second game of the Test series.

“We’ll have a 50 percent rush for the second Test,” he said.

On Monday, a BCCI official confirmed that fans would be allowed inside the Motera Stadium for the third and fourth Tests between India and England.

Speaking to ANI, a BCCI official confirmed that fans would be allowed to come for the Test matches to be held in Motera.

Asked if Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be invited for the first Test match to be held at Motera Stadium, the BCCI official replied.

On Monday, England spinner Jack Leach said that the Joe Root-led team would prefer to play in front of a crowd in the upcoming Test series against India.

“Of course we would like to play in front of the crowd to make sure, but it needs to be protected, we obviously don’t want to add a problem that is affecting the whole world. If it’s safe and good, So it’s safe. Great. We would love to play in front of the crowd as soon as possible, “Leach said at a virtual press conference.

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