With an unassailable 2-1 lead in the series, team India stands in strong stead of making it to the final of the World Test Championships (WTC) against New Zealand at the Lords Cricket Ground. But there is a small challenge that stands in the way of that ambition: the upcoming fourth and final test match of the series. India needs to secure at least a draw in Ahmedabad to edge out Australia on the WTC points-table. So, given how high the stakes will be for this do-or-die game, many fans will be eager to catch the game live at the stadium. Which raises the obvious question: how to book tickets for the 4th test match at the Narendra Modi Stadium?
Tickets for the 4th test at Narendra Modi Stadium available online
Well, worry not, for we’re here to answer that question! BookMyShow.in is exclusively selling all the tickets on their website through online mode for the 4th test match at the Narendra Modi Stadium. Tickets are currently available and range from INR 300 to 2500, depending on the seat positions. Seats located in the Adani Pavillion level are in the closest proximity to the ground and cost the most. Meanwhile, seats in the J, K, L, M, P, Q, R, and Reliance A block can be availed at 300 Rupees.
Additionally, spectators requiring wheelchair assistance can also come in contact with the BookMyShow team, who will arrange special seats for them. However, the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) has made it mandatory to follow some basic COVID-19 protocols; including but not limited to carrying masks, sanitizers, and maintaining social distance. Here’s the list of all the official safety guidelines:
- Compulsory hand sanitization and thermal scanning
- Mandatory to wear masks/ face covers; entry prohibited otherwise
- 6-feet social distancing policy to be ensured at all times
- Spectators are advised to use the Arogya Setu app
- Maintain distancing at washrooms, parking lots, and stadium seating area
- Spectators found smoking or spitting inside the premises will be forced to leave
Parking provision temporarily unavailable; safety guidelines to be strictly implemented
Owing to security concerns, the GCA hasn’t made ground-parking available near the stadium premises. However, the official BMS catalog recommends spectators planning to bring vehicles to use the AmdaPark app to resolve the parking issue.
At the time of writing, 4099 people have expressed interest to attend the live-game. But given that only 50% of the stadium seating area will be available for fans. We recommend you book your tickets as soon as you can. Tickets are available for all five days, i.e., from 4 to 8 March 2021, for the entire day, starting from 9: 30 AM IST.