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You can watch the match with the old ticket of ‘Reserve Day’, know which ticket will be considered valid

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Due to rain, the final of the 16th season of IPL will now be played on Reserve-Day i.e. 29th May. The match between Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titans was to be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. It was raining heavily here since evening. Due to this, when the rain did not stop till the cut-off time, the match officials now decided to have the match on May 29. In such a situation, an important information has also been given to the spectators who came to watch the match in the stadium.

Viewers have been asked to keep their physical tickets safe for the big screen at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Therefore, when he reaches the stadium to watch the match tomorrow i.e. on May 29, he can enter with this ticket. This can be considered very important news for the fans because despite it being a Sunday, a large number of fans came to watch the match. In such a situation, now he will have to secure the same ticket to come to the stadium again the next day.

 

 

 

Significantly, the tickets for the IPL final match were completely sold out. In this match, the players including the fans were waiting for the start of the match for a long time. But around 11 o’clock the umpires and match officials discussed and decided to keep the match on reserve-day. Even if a spectator’s ticket is torn or in two pieces, it will be considered valid. The official Twitter handle of IPL has given information about how the tickets will be considered valid.

Under what circumstances will you be able to watch the match with old tickets?

 

  • save old tickets
  • Ticket is torn and all required parts are present
  • All the necessary information should be present on the torn portion of the ticket

Under what circumstances the match cannot be viewed?

  • incomplete ticket
  • digital ticket only
  • Half ticket with incomplete information (bar code, number)

 

 

 

Now the match will start on May 29 at 7.30 pm

This is the first time in the history of IPL that the final match will be played on the reserve day. Now the title clash between Chennai and Gujarat will start on May 29 at 7.30 pm.