The ICC and UNICEF have launched a prize draw giving fans across the UK the opportunity to be a part of the ICC Cricket World Cup Final.

The grand prize of the #OneDay4Children draw will be a unique experience, including four tickets to the World Cup Final, the chance to meet Sachin Tendulkar and the opportunity to walk the trophy out to the field of play.

In addition, the winner will receive the bat which was signed by legends and celebrities from the 10 competing nations at the Opening Party on the Mall in London.

Other prizes up for grabs include signed merchandise and tickets to Cricket World Cup matches.

To enter the prize draw fans can text WIN to 78555. When entering fans will have the option of donating £10, 100% of which will go to UNICEF projects in cricket playing nations.

“This is an incredible prize and well worth entering,” said Nasser Hussain, former England captain and #OneDay4Children ambassador.

“The fact that fans also have the chance to donate to UNICEF makes this a no brainer! I urge all fans to enter and donate to UNICEF by texting WIN to 78555.”

“I’m proud to support One Day for Children at the ICC Cricket World Cup this summer,” said Rashid Khan, UNICEF Goodwill ambassador.

“It’s great to see cricket inspiring children throughout Afghanistan. Children, who have been through so much, have new hopes and dreams. 

“Please support One Day for Children so that Unicef can help children in Afghanistan and around the world learn, play and be healthy. All children need is a little help from us.”

The free prize draw is open to anybody within the UK until 3rd July 2019.


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