Ind vs WI, India vs West Indies 2018 Schedule: Under the BCCI Constitution, the sale of 90% of stadium capacity of the stadium is mandatory and the state team will receive 10% free tickets.
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Ind vs WI, India vs West Indies 2018: The second match of the five-match one-day series between India and the West Indies will now be played at the Dr YS Rajshekhar Reddy at the ACA-VCA Stadium of Visakhapatnam. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) informed about this on Wednesday (October 3). The match, played on October 24, was to be played at the Holkar Stadium in Indore, Madhya Pradesh but MPCA had agreed to host the match due to the controversy over the arrangements for the preparatory tickets between the Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA) and the BCCI.

“The second ODI to be played between India and the West Indies, Dr Y. Vishwanathan of Visakhapatnam,” the BCCI said in a statement. s. Rajasekhara Reddy will be playing at the ACA-VCA Stadium. The match was to be hosted before the Holkar Stadium in Indore. “The Test series between the two countries is starting on Thursday. After this, the five-match ODI series will be played. The first ODI will be played in Guwahati on October 21.

Under the BCCI Constitution, the sale of 90 percent of stadium capacity of the stadium is mandatory and the state team will receive 10 percent free tickets. The total capacity of the Holkar Stadium is 27000 visitors, so MPCA gets 2700 free tickets. The BCCI also sought free tickets for its sponsors, which was the root cause of the dispute.
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5 ODI matches:

1st ODI: October 21, Guwahati
Second ODI: October 24, Visakhapatnam
Third ODI: 27th October, Pune
Fourth ODI: October 29, Mumbai
Fifth ODI: November 1, Thiruvananthapuram (from input engineering)

Team India (Photo Courtesy: ICC)