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The Hampshire County Club head Rod Bransgrove has said that the World Test Championship (WTC) final between India and New Zealand in Southampton will be played in the presence of 4,000 spectators.

As per Bransgrove, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and International Cricket Council (ICC) are permitting a crowd of 4000 people for the WTC final.

“I understand 50 per cent of the permitted crowds will be taken by the ICC for its sponsors and other stake holders, and we will be selling the rest 2000 tickets. We have already received more than double applications from the fans,” Bransgrove told Cricbuzz.

The Covid-19 situation has improved significantly in the United Kingdom, and around 1,500 people were allowed to watch the county game between Leicestershire and Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.

“We’re staging a four-day county game from today, and for the first time since September 2019, fans were allowed for a cricket match in England. The other county games of this round will begin tomorrow, and those games too will see crowds,” Bransgrove said.

The Covid-19 situation has improved in the UK and around 1500 people were allowed to watch the ongoing county game between Leicestershire and Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.

The Indian team players have started to arrive in Mumbai to and will quarantine themselves for two weeks before depart for the UK on June 2.
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