“We are aware of the emotion attached to this match. We will put up advertisements and hope that everyone gets a fair chance,” he said.
CAB will keep 30,000 tickets reserved for life, associate, annual and honourary members.
Around 24,000 tickets are to be shared by the 121 affiliates while 9,000 odd tickets will be kept aside for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), state associations, former Test cricketers and officials, he added.
The distribution for these tickets will start from October 29.
“If any of these tickets remained with us, then we will put it up for counter sale,” Ganguly said.