Cricket: Optus Stadium entry a gold coin donation for last day of Perth test between Australia and India

Australia's Travis Head celebrates catching Ajinkya Rahane of India off a delivery by team mate Josh Hazlewood on day four at Optus Stadium, Picture: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images
Australia's Travis Head celebrates catching Ajinkya Rahane of India off a delivery by team mate Josh Hazlewood on day four at Optus Stadium, Picture: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

WITH Australia on track to level the four-test series with India at Optus Stadium today, cricket fans can watch the action live for just a gold coin donation.

Gates B and D will open at 9.30am with the donations to go to Telethon.

Action starts at 10.20am.

Keeping the day affordable, train travel to and from the stadium will be free.

The past four days of the test have seen an average crowd of 20,000 people at the stadium.

Australia needs just five wickets to win, while India is chasing 287 runs.

It would be Australia’s first win since the sandpaper scandal in March.