IND vs PAK Asia Cup Ticket Sale : Now only 13 days are left for the start of Asia Cup 2022. The tournament will begin on August 27 with the Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan match. The biggest match of this tournament to be held in UAE will be on its next day i.e. on August 28. The eyes of every fan of the world are on this great match between the biggest arch rivals of the cricket world in Dubai.
According to market experts, fans will watch this match in record numbers on TVs, mobiles and laptops in different parts of the world. At the same time, there will be a large number of people going to the stadium and the good news is that the sale of tickets for them will start from August 15. There is confusion among fans about how to buy tickets for this match. Let us know about the ways to buy tickets for this match between India and Pakistan.
The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) has announced the sale of tickets for the India-Pakistan match from August 15. ACC has selected platinumlist.net (platinmalist.net) website for online sale of tickets.
— AsianCricketCouncil (@ACCMedia1) August 13, 2022
Fans can buy tickets by logging on to this website. For this, they will also be given the option to choose their favorite seat along with their match. Once the online payment process is completed, the ticket for the selected match and seat will be booked.
The Asia Cup 2022 will feature the winning team of the qualifiers along with five Test playing nations, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. The teams playing the qualifiers are UAE, Kuwait, Singapore and Hong Kong.
All the teams involved in the Asia Cup are divided into two groups. India, Pakistan and a qualifying team will be part of Group A while Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan have been placed in Group B. The top 2 teams from each group will advance to the Round Robin Super Four stage.
India is the defending champion of this tournament. In 2018, India defeated Bangladesh by 3 wickets in the final of the Asia Cup held at the Dubai International Stadium in 50 over format.
The Asia Cup, to be held in the Twenty20 format for the second time in history, was earlier to be held in Sri Lanka, but in view of the political situation there, the ACC shifted the tournament to the UAE.