Online tickets for India vs Bangladesh T20 Nagpur: The SportsRush present before you full ticketing details for the third IND and BAN T20I.
The third T20I of the ongoing Bangladesh’s tour of India will be played on November 10 (Sunday) at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur. With the series level at 1-1, the winner of the imminent match will clinch the series.
India would be relieved after watching captain Rohit Sharma leading from the front with the bat in hand. His match-winning 18th T20I half-century saw him becoming the first cricketer to cross the 2,500-run barrier in T20Is.
In 100 T20Is, 32-year old Sharma has scored 2,537 runs at an average of 32.52 and a strike rate of 138.10 including four centuries and 18 half-centuries.
Be it whichever format, I’m indebted to have this opportunity to do something for the country. I have cherished all these times and will do so forever. pic.twitter.com/MAOQ6nMwNk
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) November 8, 2019
While the visiting captain Mahmudullah admitted later in the day that stopping Sharma on his day is a daunting task, he will have to find a method to apply breaks in front of his counterpart if Bangladesh are to register a historic series win in India.
Online tickets for India vs Bangladesh T20 Nagpur
The tickets for the third T20I between India and Bangladesh 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 Bangladesh third T20I.
Click on “Book Tickets” towards the right 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 third T20I between India and Bangladesh at the Jamtha Stadium, click below:
India vs Bangladesh 3rd T20I (November 10) – Nagpur.