The Trent Bridge Ticket Office are bracing themselves for another busyfew days after Notts Outlaws were drawn to face Kent Spitfires in theTwenty20 Cup quarter-final on Tuesday July 17.

Tickets for the match at Trent Bridge, which starts at 5.40pm, go on sale at 9.30am on Tuesday July 10. Seating is unreserved and tickets are being sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

Staff expect the attendance to top last year’s record crowd when 12,325 saw Notts beat Northamptonshire Steelbacks and Marketing Manager Claire Harrison said: “It’s fantastic news to have another quarter-final at home.

“We’ve already had more than 26,000 in for our three group matches and this is a great bonus to add on top of more than 72,000 tickets sold for the One-day International and the upcoming Test Match with India.

“The players have provided plenty of entertainment for supporters and hopefully their backing will help the team to reach Finals Day at Edgbaston on August 4.”

Special discounts are available for all advance bookings and Notts are urging supporters to take advantage of this opportunity.

Advance-only group deals include eight children and two adults for £69, while 10 adults can book their seats for a special rate of £104.

Notts members get special discounts when booking in advance in person or by calling the Trent Bridge Ticket Office on 0870 168 8888, with tickets costing £11 for adults, £6 for under-16s and senior citizens and £33 for a family of two adults and two under-16s,

Advance tickets for non-members are priced at £13, £7 and £33 respectively and can be bought in person, over the phone or online at
The closing date for advance bookings is 4pm on Monday July 16, with tickets on the day if available priced at £16 for adults and senior citizens, £8 for under-16s and £40 for families.

Spectators should note that in line with ground regulations for Major Matches, no alcohol, cans or glass bottles can be brought into the ground.