Melbourne Cricket Ground - Event Details
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T20 International - Australia v England

Jan 31, 2014

Event:                         T20 International
Teams:                        Australia v England
Date:                           Friday January 31, 2014
Start time:                   7.35pm

Note: A women's T20 match between Australia and England will commence at 2.30pm.

Tickets

Public reserved seats and MCC visitor tickets are on sale now through Ticketek.

Gate opening times

All gates open at 2.15pm

Schedule of Play

Innings 1 - 7.35pm - 8.55pm
Break - 8.55pm - 9.15pm
Innings 2 - 9.15pm - 10.35pm

Car park opening time (Yarra Park)

Gate 3 - 2.00pm
Gate 5 - 4.00pm
Gate 6 - 4.00pm
Gate 7 - 7.00am

Expected attendance: 65,000

FREE TICKETS FOR KIDS - MCC members

Children aged 15 and under may obtain a free ticket to enter the MCC Reserve.

Children must be accompanied by an MCC member and each child must have a ticket to enter the ground.

Tickets are available at the Gate 2 ticket windows on the night or online through Ticketek (transaction fees apply).

Members may obtain up to four free child tickets each, which count as part of the usual allocation of visitor tickets.

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