Melbourne: There will be spectators cheering for the Boxing Day Cricket Test between India and Australia. Cricket Australia is in talks to admit 25,000 people a day to the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne. In the context of the Kovid-19 virus epidemic, most sports are organized without spectators.
Creating a festive atmosphere in the stadium by creating artificial sounds instead of spectators. Victoria’s Sports Minister Martin Pacquiao gave permission for spectators to enter. The Boxing Day Test, which starts on December 26, will be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, which has a capacity of one lakh spectators. “We plan to have at least 25,000 spectators every day,” he said. The final decision on how many spectators can be admitted will be made close to the test.