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For the T20I series between India and South Africa, the BCCI allowed 100% attendance at locations

India’s T20 World Cup preparations begin on June 9 when they play South Africa in a five-match series. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has approved full seating capacity for the next series, according to recent developments. This is a major comfort for cricket fans as the high-octane home series approaches.

Due to the breakout of COVID-19 in March 2020, the games have been held behind closed doors for the past few years. The BCCI was also forced to hold the IPL in the UAE in 2020 and 2021 as a result of the issue. Meanwhile, the ongoing IPL 2022 is being watched by thousands of people.

It should be noted that only a limited number of fans were permitted to watch the IPL 2022 league matches at two venues in Maharashtra – Mumbai, and Pune – but the BCCI has given the league a thumbs up for having a 100 percent capacity crowd for the playoffs and final in Kolkata and Ahmedabad, respectively, next week.

Returning to India’s home series against South Africa, the five games will be held between June 9 and 19 in New Delhi, Cuttack, Visakhapatnam, Rajkot, and Bengaluru, respectively. Meanwhile, it has been rumored that some players who have excelled in the existing IPL 2022, such as Umran Malik, Rahul Tripathi, and others, maybe selected for this series, which would be captained by Shikhar Dhawan or Hardik Pandya.

The report also claims that key players such as Virat Kohli, skipper Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Jasprit Bumrah, and others may be rested for the home series and subsequent away series against Ireland due to a busy cricketing schedule, which begins with the England tour, where the Men In Blue will play a limited-overs series as well as the rescheduled fifth Test in July.