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Online Ticket Sales For India-West Indies ODI From Dec 5


16 November 2019

Snigdha Chandan Das


Bhubaneswar: Online ticket sales for the 3rd One Day International Match between India and West Indies to be held on December 22 at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack will commence from December 5. Online sales of tickets for the match will close on December 15.

Tickets will be available at www.paytm.com said a press note issued by Odisha Cricket Association (OCA) secretary Sanjay Behera at the Commissionerate Police headquarters after a preparatory meeting for the forthcoming ODI  here today.

As many as 9,310 tickets of different denominations will be available for sale online by Wasteland Entertainment Pvt Ltd of Mumbai for the convenience of the public, the press note said.

Redemption of E-tickets will happen at Cambridge School counter, near Barabati Stadium on 19, 20, and 21 December, it added.

Bankers to OCA, HDFC Bank, Mangalabag Branch, Cuttack has been entrusted with the job of selling the tickets for the forthcoming ODI.

HDFC Bank will sell tickets to the general public through separate counters on December 19, 20, and 21 from 9 AM to 5PM, the release said. One person would be allowed to purchase only two tickets (irrespective of denomination) and close circuit camera would be installed in each ticket counter which would be regulated by Officer In-charge of Cantonment Police Station, the release added.

As per the tentative travel schedule, both the teams India and West Indies will arrive in Bhubaneswar on December 19.

Both the teams would be accommodated at Hotel Mayfair Lagoon here and would be having their net practice at the Barabati Stadium on December 20 and 21.

"Today we had a preparatory meeting for the India-West Indies ODI with the office bearers of the OCA. We would request the spectators for cooperation so that there is no untoward incident.DCP Cuttack Akhileswar Singh will remain in charge of arrangements at the Stadium.DCP Bhubaneswar will be in charge of the security of the players, their place of stay, at the stadium and during their travel. DCP Traffic will remain in charge of traffic control and movement," informed Commissioner of Police Sudhansu Sarangi giving a broad outline of the arrangements while briefing reporters after the preparatory meeting.

"This was our first preparatory meeting. We discussed from all angles. Branded companies will be setting up their food counters inside the stadium," informed Sanjay Behera, OCA secretary. 

Sudhansu Sarangi, Police Commissioner, Bhubaneswar-Cuttack

Sanjay Behera, Secretary, Odisha Cricket Association