On Sunday, the series’ concluding T20 encounter will pit India and Australia against one another. Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium will host the third T20 in the series. Mahesh M. Bhagwat, the commissioner of police for Rachakonda, said that all preparations have been completed for the pivotal encounter between India and Australia. Up to 2,500 police officers from the Cybercrime, SHE Team, Octopus, TSSP, AR, and other units will be deployed to ensure the security and smooth functioning of the game. The commissioner also said that since there haven’t been any games for the last three years, the bushes surrounding the stadium have become larger, prompting the hiring of snake catchers.
Mahesh Bhagwat said at a news conference at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium on Friday that everyone inside and outside the stadium will be subject to camera monitoring. A team of police officers would monitor the crowd from the control room to make sure no disorderly conduct was occurring. According to TNIE, he delivered a stern warning against pickpockets and those who unlawfully sell tickets.
In addition, the commissioner said, “We have also employed snake catchers since the bushes surrounding the stadium have grown larger as a result of the absence of matches in the previous three years.”
Malkajgiri DCP Rakshitha K Murthy said that the police will be present at Gates 4 to 9 in full (riot) gear since certain anti-social characters would attempt to create trouble.
a list of what is forbidden
Items including cameras, computers, cigarettes, lighters, matchboxes, weapons, sharp items, and drinks are prohibited. Pets, pyrotechnics, selfie sticks, bags, edibles, helmets, and sedatives.
Only one T20I match between India and the West Indies was played in Hyderabad in 2019. By six wickets, the Men in Blue successfully chased down a 208-run goal. KL Rahul and Virat Kohli each scored 62 and 94 runs, respectively. The game featured a record-breaking number of sixes for an Indian T20I match—27—ever.
Hyderabad will finally host a T20I after COVID-19. Sunday’s game between India and Australia will determine the series. Hyderabad has sold out of tickets for the third T20I between India and Australia.