Preference would be given to local residents and tickets would be distributed on a first-come-first-serve basis.
BCCI treasurer, Anirudh Chaudhary, who is also secretary of the Haryana Cricket Association, arrived at the venue to take stock of the situation on Thursday.
Working in tandemThis being Sachin’s final Ranji match and his first in Haryana, Chaudhary told HT that BCCI officials were working in tandem with the district administration on the arrangements. A meeting is scheduled on October 21 to chalk out strategy on the security of players and international media.
According to sources, Sachin will be staying at a resort on the outskirts of the town, while five hotels have been booked by the BCCI for the other players.