India in SA

ODIs a total sellout

2011-01-20 19:30
Port Elizabeth - The Proteas’ Standard Bank squad and India will finish their enthralling MTN ODI series in front of full houses in the last two matches to be played at Axxess DSL St. George’s on Friday and at SuperSport Park on Sunday.

Friday’s match is a day/night affair with a 2.30pm start (CAT), while the match on Sunday is the only day game of the series with a 10am start (CAT).

This means that the sold out sign has gone up around the country, which says much both for the quality of cricket played by the two sides, as well as the enthusiasm of Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) fan base.

Both sides have everything to play for as India currently lead the series 2-1.

It is also the last opportunity for fans to see their heroes in action before they leave for the ICC World Cup early next month.

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