Australia announced on Tuesday that the first day-night Test against India at Adelaide Oval from 17 December will have 27,000 spectators, which is 50 percent of the stadium's capacity. Cricket matches are being played without spectators in a bio-safe environment amid the Coronavirus epidemic. The series between India and Australia, however, will have an audience.
The Indian team will play three ODIs, three T20s, and four Tests in Australia. The tour will begin with the first ODI in Sydney on 27 November. The Test series will be played in Adelaide from 17 December. According to Cricket.com.com, "50 percent of the spectator capacity will be sold at Adelaide Oval, meaning 27,000 tickets will be available for every day."
Indian captain Virat Kohli will play only the Adelaide Test. After this, he will return as the little guest is coming to his house in January.
The Boxing Day Test will be played in Melbourne from 26 to 30 November in which only 25 percent of the total tickets will be sold. 75 percent ie 30000 tickets will be sold in the fourth Test in Brisbane. The second test will be held in Sydney, where only 50 percent ie up to 23000 tickets can be sold.