|Date||Match||Tickets price (per day)*||Stadium||Capacity|
|27 Nov 2020||1st ODI||$30-140||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||48,000|
|29 Nov 2020||2nd ODI||$30-140||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||48,000|
|2 Dec 2020||3rd ODI||$30-100||Manuka Oval, Canberra||13,550|
|4 Dec 2020||1st T20I||$30-100||Manuka Oval, Canberra||13,550|
|6 Dec 2020||2nd T20I||$30-120||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||48,000|
|8 Dec 2020||3rd T20I||$30-120||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||48,000|
|17 Dec 2020||1st Test||$30-115**||Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||53,583|
|26 Dec 2020||2nd Test||$30-160**||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||1,00,000|
|7 Jan 2021||3rd Test||TBA||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||48,000|
|15 Jan 2021||4th Test||$30-110*||The Gabba, Brisbane||42,000|
* Ticket prices listed for an adult
** Only for the first four days of the Test match
IND vs AUS Tickets
The biggest clash between two international teams will be played in Australia when India tour Down Under for an all-format bilateral series from 27 November 2020 to 19 January 2021. While the T20 fans were treated by an entertaining season of 2020 IPL in the UAE, the purists will have their eyes locked onto the upcoming series.
The one thing that the fans will be looking forward to more than the brilliant cricket on display, will be IND vs AUS tickets.
How to book tickets for IND vs AUS 2020?
The ticket sales for the upcoming series will begin soon on the official website of Cricket Australia. For early access for India vs Australia tickets, it is advisable to sign up to the Australian Cricket Family. The details for the same are also available on the website.
The tickets for the limited-overs series will be on sale from November 20, while the tickets for the first, second, third and fourth Test will be up for sale from December 4, 11, 18 and 30 respectively.
The Australian government has put forward strict rules regarding the safety measures to be taken for allowing crowds in cricket stadiums. The capacities for each match will vary according to the laws put in place in that particular city.
The Sydney Cricket Ground, Manuka Oval and the Adelaide Oval will hold up to 50% of their capacities. The Boxing Day Test, which will be played at the huge Melbourne Cricket Ground, will accommodate 25% of its capacity, that is a crowd of maximum 25,000 people on each day of the Test. The Gabba in Brisbane has been permitted to have 75% of its capacity filled for the fourth Test of the series.