THE Cricket World Cup is nearly right here and followers nonetheless have an opportunity to see their groups reside in England and Wales this summer time.
However there’s excessive demand for numerous video games, notably these involving India.
There are additionally ten warm-up video games within the coming week, with knockdown ticket costs permitting these on a funds to see the world’s most interesting.
Which Cricket World Cup 2019 matches are bought out?
Sunday, June 9: India vs Australia (The Oval)
Thursday, June 13: India vs New Zealand (Trent Bridge)
Sunday, June 16: India vs Pakistan (Previous Trafford)
Sunday, June 30: England vs India (Edgbaston)
Tuesday, July 9: Semi-final 1 (Previous Trafford)
Thursday, July 11: Semi-final 2 (Edgbaston)
Sunday, July 14: Ultimate (Lords)
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What are the Cricket World Cup warm-up games and how can I get tickets?
The Cricket World Cup warm-up fixtures are as follows:
Friday, May 24: Pakistan vs Afghanistan (Bristol)
Friday, May 24: Sri Lanka vs South Africa (Cardiff)
Saturday, May 25: England vs Australia (Hampshire Bowl)
Saturday, May 25: India vs New Zealand (The Oval)
Sunday, May 26: South Africa vs West Indies (Bristol)
Sunday, May 26: Pakistan vs Bangladesh (Cardiff)
Monday, May 27: Australia vs Sri Lanka (Hampshire Bowl)
Monday, May 27: England vs Afghanistan (The Oval)
Tuesday, May 28: West Indies vs New Zealand (Bristol)
Tuesday, May 28: Bangladesh vs India (Cardiff)
All warm-up matches to start at 10.30am.
There is good availability for all warm-up matches with tickets costing just £15 for adults and £1 for children.
To get tickets you must register on the Cricket World Cup site rather than buying directly from the venues.