India is just one wicket away from victory in the third Test against England, and things are more a matter of 'when' than 'if'.
Keeping in mind the fact that match is going to end very soon, possibly on the first ball itself, the officials at Trent Bridge have made the entry free for fans.
Initially, fans were being asked to pay £10 to enter the ground, with no refund for those who booked the tickets in advance.
This got them a great deal of backlash, following which the authorities decided to make the entry free and refund money to everyone who had already bought the tickets.
#ENGvIND | We’ve slept on the day five pricing policy &, frankly, we got it wrong. All current ticket holders will be refunded & admission will be free on the gate with donations collected for charity.Gates open at 9am & we’d love to welcome you for the conclusion of the game pic.twitter.com/9twWXS6m0J— Nottinghamshire CCC (@TrentBridge) August 22, 2018
India is lagging behind 2-0 in the 5-match Test series and a win in third Test will be a good comeback and confidence booster for the team.