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Twenty20 International - Australia v India

Feb 03, 2012

The hottest tickets in town this summer will be for the Australia-India Twenty20 contest on February 3 at the MCG.

Event:                Twenty20 International
Teams:              Australia v India
Date:                 Friday February 3, 2012
Time:                7.35pm

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Public tickets
Reserved seats and General Reserve tickets can be purchased in advance through Ticketek.

MCC tickets 
MCC visitor tickets and reserved seats can be purchased in advance through Ticketek. A maximum of four visitor tickets per member applies. 

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Gate opening times
Public/AFL members: 1.30pm
MCC members: 1.30pm

Schedule:
Session 1     7.35pm - 8.55pm
Interval           8.55pm - 9.15pm
Session 2     9.15pm - 10.35pm

Car park gate opening times - Yarra Park
Gate 3 - 12.00pm
Gate 5 - 3.00pm
Gate 6 - 4.00pm
Gate 7 - 7.00am*

*Gate 7 is for those with corporate, media or disabled passes only.

Expected attendance: 70,000

View the T20 international MCG seating plan

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