Sourav Ganguly talks about introduction of GST on match tickets & its effect!

The match between India and Sri Lanka is underway after India won the toss and asked the visitors to bat first

India versus Australia is not far away. Team India is now in Sri Lanka and Australia will take on Bangladesh before the new-age cricket rivals lock horns against India in their backyard. Virat Kohli-led team India beat them last year when they toured India, though India dropped the first Test at Pune by 333 runs.

In a recent interaction with the media, Sourav Ganguly, the former Indian captain speculated about Australia’s chances of winning the series and also spoke about the upcoming Sri Lanka series. “It won’t be easy to beat India in India, Very likely. India can hand another drubbing to Sri Lanka,” the former Indian skipper mentioned

The President of Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) also spoke about the prices of tickets for India’s clash against Australia next month on September 21. “Ticket prices will remain the same. Only 28 percent GST will be levied, “Test match tickets won’t be affected as tickets are charged on a day to day basis,” he added. 

Team India thrashed Sri Lanka in the recently concluded 3-Test match series and will take on the hosts in a 5-match ODI series starting 20th August. India will also play a one-off T20I.

India vs Australia starts from the 17th of September and promises to be a high-octane series.

Regarding the Goods and Service Tax (GST), the game at the Eden Gardens will have tickets inclusive of the GST, which has been levied post 1st July 2017.

The match between India and Sri Lanka is underway after India won the toss and asked the visitors to bat first. Lanka started off really well, but have currently lost their seventh wicket and are 178 in 36 overs.

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