India vs Sri Lanka T20 series tickets: The SportsRush present before you full ticketing details for the second IND vs SL T20I.
The second T20I of the ongoing Sri Lanka’s tour of India will be played tomorrow at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. With the first match getting abandoned due to rain in Guwahati last night, both teams will have to win the remaining matches to clinch the series.
Indore has hosted a lone T20I in the past – between India and Sri Lanka in 2017. The 88-run Indian victory is more remembered for a 165-run opening partnership between Rohit Sharma and Lokesh Rahul.
Sharma, who had scored his second T20I century back in the day, might not be participating in this series but that doesn’t take the sheen off India’s opening combination of Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan. With the ICC T20I World Cup 2020 looming, India have to zero in on Sharma’s opening partner in either Rahul or Dhawan.
Sri Lanka Cricket might not be rich but are rich in covering entire ground during rain, our magnificent ground staff arguably the best in world make sure the ground ready as soon as the rain stops. Rich India’s ground staff & the way covered ground poor👎 #INDvSL #1stT20I @ICC
— Daniel Alexander (@daniel86cricket) January 5, 2020
India vs Sri Lanka T20 series tickets
The tickets for the second T20I between India and Sri Lanka can be bought from Paytm Insider. You can visit either their website or application to book the tickets. All you have to do is enter the location (venue of the match) and click on the icon showing India vs Sri Lanka second T20I.
Click on “Book Tickets” towards the right bottom of your computer screens. The next page will ask you to login with your Paytm account. You will then be shown the available tickets along with the price range. Click on the ticket(s) according to your requirement and follow simple steps to complete the online transaction.
To easily reach the Paytm Insider page for the tickets of the second T20I between India and Sri Lanka at the Holkar Stadium, click below:
India vs Sri Lanka 2nd T20I (January 7) – Indore.