How to get tickets for India vs South Africa Women’s Test Match in Chennai?

South African Women’s team is on a tour of India for three ODIs, a one-off Test match, concluded by three T20s, Harmanpreet-led India have already shown their best performance, outplaying Laura Wolvaardt-led South African team and clinching the ODI series 3-0. After the thrilling ODI series, the one-off Test match is set to begin on Friday, 28th July 2024, at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

How to get tickets for India vs South Africa Women's Test Match in Chennai?
How to get tickets for India vs South Africa Women’s Test Match in Chennai?

The women in blue clean swept the Proteas in the 3-match ODI series played at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru. In this thrilling white-ball series, in the first ODI, Indian Women scored 265 runs, defeating South Africa by 143 runs. Both sides gave a top-notch performance in the second ODI, resulting in the first-ever instance of four centuries in a single ODI match. Smriti Mandhana showcased her class again, outplaying South African bowlers with 136 runs off 120 balls, also her highest individual international score, and scored her second consecutive century, becoming the first Indian to do so, helping India women win this thrilling match by a margin of just 4 runs. In the last ODI, South Africa posted a total of 215 runs for the loss of 8 wickets, India chased down the target in the 41st over with 4 wickets in hand resulting in a complete clean sweep against South Africa. Smriti Mandhana etched her name in the record books by becoming the first batter to score the highest number of individual runs (343) in a 3-match bilateral series.

For the highly anticipated one-off Test match between India Women and South Africa Women, entry will be free as announced by officials through their ‘X’ handle. The C, D, E, I, J, and K lower stands will be open to the public free of cost. The general public will be allowed entry stand-wise: C, D, and E stands via Victoria Hostel Road, and I, J, and K lower stand via Wallajah Road if C, D, and E stands become full.

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