Tickets for England’s Royal London One Day International against Pakistan at Trent Bridge on Friday 17th May have sold out.
The day-night game will be the fourth in a five-match series that Eoin Morgan’s men currently lead 2-0 following a rained-off opener at the Oval and victories in Southampton and Bristol
England will be hoping to continue their impressive recent record in Nottingham, where they’ve lost just once in five 50-over fixtures since the 2015 World Cup.
The host nation set a new world record in posting 481-6 against Australia last June, surpassing the previous high of 444-3 against Pakistan, again set by England at Trent Bridge in 2016.
England’s clash with Sri Lanka earlier that year finished in enthralling fashion with Liam Plunkett hitting a six off the last ball to secure a tie.
“We’re proud that our members and ticket buyers remain so committed to attending international cricket at Trent Bridge,” said Nottinghamshire’s Commercial Director Michael Temple.
“A full house here is one of the finest sights in cricket and we can’t wait to welcome England and Pakistan supporters this week.
“This is the fifth successive One-Day International sell-out at Trent Bridge and it would have been six had the West Indies game not fallen foul of the weather in 2017.
“It demonstrates how much affection there is for this form of the game among the cricket watching public in Nottinghamshire. We’re extremely grateful for their support.”
Friday’s Royal London One-Day International will be followed at Trent Bridge by five fixtures in the ICC Cricket World Cup, with the last few tickets available to see Australia face Bangladesh on 20th June.
The last few seats are available for Australia v Bangladesh at Trent Bridge on Thursday 20th June, priced from £20 for adults and £6 for juniors. Tickets can be purchased from the official ICC Cricket World Cup Ticketing Site.