Fans cheer India, Windies teams

The Indian and West Indies cricket teams arrived at Dharamsala this afternoon for the ODI between them scheduled for tomorrow.
The Indian team arrived 1st around 1:00 pm. The team, including captain MS Dhoni, was cheered by cricket fans at the Gaggal airport. The West Indies team arrived around 4:00 pm.
Both teams will stay at Pavilion Hotel of the HPCA. The Indian cricket team practiced in the nets in the evening. Local youth gathered in large numbers and cheered the Indian players.
The HPCA announced that viewers could now get one ticket free on the purchase of every Rs 1,200 ticket. These tickets will be available at the ticket counters at the HPCA stadium and online on the official ticketing partner
Anurag Thakur, president, HPCA, said, “We have received an overwhelming response from viewers and there is no better way to celebrate our joy which is why we have come up with this special offer for our fans and supporters.”
The viewers who have already bought tickets of Rs 1,200 can collect their free ticket at the ticket counters after furnishing the physical copy of the ticket bought or the online voucher.
“Members of the HPCA are very positive and geared up for the match. They are hopeful that spectators will have a wonderful time here,” Anurag Thakur said.
This is the second international ODI being held at the Dharamsala stadium after the India vs England ODI in 2013.