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India and Australia's last T20 match can be played in a packed stadium, this is the reason

Sydney: The third T20 International between India and Australia is set to be played at the packed stadium as the New South Wales (NSW) government has lifted restrictions on the stadium from 7 December. The entire world is battling the Kovid-19 epidemic and the spectators returned to the stadium with restrictions during the ODI series between Australia and India.

However NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced that spectators could be allowed in full capacity at the stadium from 7 December. According to local media, life in NSW will be very different from Monday. The move means that the third and final T20 can now be played at the packed stadium which will be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday. The opening T20 match will be played at Manuka Oval in Canberra on Friday. After this, the second match will take place in Sydney on Sunday.

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