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Both the teams reached the stadium a day before the match:India-New Zealand team players practice at Holkar Stadium
The third and last match of the India-New Zealand ODI series is on January 24 at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. On Monday, the New Zealand team reached Holkar Stadium in the afternoon. In the evening, the players of the Indian team also reached the stadium. Both the teams practiced on the ground at different times.
The players started their practice in the stadium. During this, some players were seen doing warm-up, stretching, while some were seen playing volleyball and football. At the same time, some players also saw the pitch at the stadium. It is being told that the Indian team can also come here for practice in the evening. Although India has won the series by winning the cricket matches of Hyderabad and Raipur.
Barricades outside the stadium, police force also deployed
Here, police have put up barricades at different places outside Holkar Stadium. Along with the road in front of the stadium, barricades have also been placed on the way to Janjariwala Square, Latern Square, Yashwant Club. Apart from this, police force has been deployed outside the stadium. Different contingents of police were also seen here. At the same time, senior police officers have also reviewed the stadium and security arrangements.
Team reached for practice
Here, at around 12.30 pm, New Zealand players reached the stadium to practice. Around 1 o’clock he came to the ground and started his practice. At the same time, some players also saw the pitch here. In the evening, the players of the Indian team also reached here for practice. Here the players were seen doing net practice.
Spectators excited about the match
Here, there is a lot of enthusiasm among the spectators regarding this cricket match going to be held in Indore. Even before this, when the team reached Indore on Sunday, apart from the airport, a large number of people gathered in the hotels where the teams have stayed. In view of which the police force was deployed outside the hotel as well. In view of the match to be held on January 24, strong security arrangements have been made here by the top police officers.
Entry will be through different gates
The entry of spectators watching the match will also be from different gates. Railings have also been installed at the places from where the entry will take place. Railings have also been installed at the gates of the stadium on Race Course Road. From where the audience will get entry.
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