India vs Pakistan, World Cup 2015: Tickets Sold Out in 12 Minutes

An estimated 20,000 Indians will fly out to Australia to see Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his team clash against arch-rivals Pakistan in the World Cup at the Adelaide Oval on February 15.

Updated: November 13, 2014 16:38 IST
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About 20,000 Indians are going to Australia for the marquee clash.


New Delhi: The general tickets for the India versus Pakistan 2015 World Cup clash in Adelaide have been sold out in just 12 minutes, according to the South Australian government. The region is also expecting around 20,000 Indian travellers for the marquee clashscheduled at the revamped Adelaide Oval on February 15.

"The general tickets were sold out in 12 minutes for the mouthwatering match at the 50,000 plus capacity stadium but fans still can buy holiday and business packages," said John Rau, deputy premier of South Australia. (ICC Raises World Cup Prize Money)

"We have just completed a new stadium at Adelaide, a great venue for cricket and we are very excited to host the India-Pakistan game. It will be a full house with many Indians and Pakistanis living in Australia in attendance along with around 20,000 fans coming from India," Rau told PTI. (WATCH: World Cup Trophy's Skydiving Adventure)

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