Kolkata: Eden Gardens, known the world over for its large and boisterous crowd during international cricket matches, is again bracing for vacant stands with only 324 season tickets sold till Friday for the November 14-18 India-West Indies Test.
"Ninety-eight tickets were sold on Thursday. 226 tickets have been sold today (Friday)," said Cricket Association of Bengal treasurer Subir Ganguly.
Giving details, he said of the Rs.500 tickets, only 116 were sold. "Sixty-one tickets of Rs.1,000 denomination and 49 tickets priced at Rs.1,500 have been sold".