Melbourne Cricket Ground - Cricket: public tickets on sale
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Cricket: public tickets on sale

Aug 23, 2011

Australian batsman Michael ClarkeIt's going to be a big 2011/12 summer of cricket at the MCG, with sub-continent powerhouses India and Sri Lanka taking on an Australia side keen to atone for last summer's Ashes loss.

Australia will host the Boxing Day Test between Australia and India (December 26-30), a Twenty20 International between the same two teams (February 3) and two one-day internationals against India (February 5) and Sri Lanka (March 2).

Public tickets went on sale on Monday August 22 and are available through Ticketek .

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Please see below for all the details you need to secure your seat at the 'G this summer!

Ticket Prices

  • Boxing Day Test
  • Follow the MCG on Facebook Twenty20 International
  • One-Day Internationals

Seating Plans

  • Boxing Day Test
  • Twenty20 International
  • One-Day International - February 5, 2012
  • One-Day International - March 2, 2012

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