Things to keep in mind while coming to watch the game:
– The gates of the stadium will open three hours before the match.
– Entry into the stadium is limited to valid ticket holders only.
– Tickets are compulsory for those aged four years and above.
– If you go out after entering, you can’t come back.
– It is the prerogative of the stadium authorities to admit a person inside the stadium.
– A special parking facility is provided for those who come to watch the game.
– Vehicles are not allowed to park outside the stadium.
Items for sale at the stadium:
– Remote controlled devices.
– Capturing matches on camera. Hitting the camera flash.
– Illegal and dangerous goods.
– Radio communication equipment.
– Power bank.
– Selfie sticks.
– Sharp objects.
– Firecrackers, flowers.
– Outside food and drinks.
– Political flags and banners.
– Bikes, skateboards, scooters.
India and Pakistan teams have started training
The Indian team and the Pakistan team for the Asia Cup reached Dubai on Wednesday and started training. On 28th, the India-Pak match is filled with great excitement, including among the expatriates of both countries. Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka teams have already reached Dubai. All the teams train at the Dubai ICC Cricket Academy grounds. Under the leadership of captain Rohit Sharma, the entire team including Virat Kohli has arrived in Dubai. The scene of former Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Pakistan captain Babar Azam shaking hands with each other after meeting each other during training has gone viral on social media. Hosts UAE’s cricket team is saddened by their failure to qualify for the Asia Cup. The UAE team was eliminated from the tournament after suffering an eight-wicket defeat against Hong Kong in the last qualifying match held in Oman.
Businessman with free tickets for 270 workers
Anis Sajan, vice-chairman of the Dubai-based Danube Group, has given free tickets to watch Asia Cup matches for 270 blue-collar workers in his company. Out of this, 120 tickets are for the India-Pak match on 28th. Earning the name Mr. Cricket because of his passion for cricket, apart from buying tickets for 270 low-income earners, he has also set up big screens in the company’s seven warehouses for the rest of the employees to watch the matches. According to the businessman, free tickets were given to the laborers who live by doing small jobs because it is not easy for them to go to the stadium and watch international matches.