Ticket sales for India-Lanka ODI at Karyavattom begin

Minister GR Anil inaugurates the ODI ticket sales in the presence of MLA Kadakampally Surendran in Thiruvananthapuram on Saturday. Photo: KCA

Thiruvananthapuram: Minister of Food and Civil Supplies G R Anil inaugurated the ticket sales for the One-Day International (ODI) between India and Sri Lanka to be held at the Greenfield International Stadium at Karyavattom on January 15 (Sunday).

The price of an upper-tier ticket is Rs 1,300 (including 18 per cent GST and 12 per cent entertainment tax), while a lower-tire ticket will cost Rs 2,600 (including plus 18 per cent GST and 12 per cent entertainment tax). The tickets can be bought here.

The tie will be the third and final ODI of the three-match series.

Greenfield International Stadium has staged a lone ODI in 2018. India outplayed the West Indies by nine wickets in that match.

The venue has also hosted three T20Is.

The event also saw Rohan Prem being felicitated by Kazhakkoottam MLA Kadakampally Surendran for becoming the first Kerala player to complete 5,000 runs at the first-class level.

Rohan was also awarded a cash prize of Rs 5,16,800 by the Kerala Cricket Association.

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