Melbourne Cricket Ground - Twenty20 matches will be played
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Twenty20 matches will be played

Jan 14, 2011

**2.55pm UPDATE:

Despite heavy rain in Melbourne, the men's Twenty20 international between Australia and England will commence on schedule at 7.35pm tonight. 

The sun is shining and ground staff have the covers off the pitch has been rolled. 

The earlier women's match between Australia and England will now commence at 3.15pm and has been reduced to 16 overs per team.

Further updates on Twitter and Facebook.

A reminder that there is no public parking in Yarra Park tonight due to the weather.

MCG curator Cameron Hodgkins rolls the pitch ahead of the Twenty20 international at the MCG. 

 

31 - 35 of 35 Comments

Posted by: Michael on 14/01/2011 04:37:58 PM

First time at the G, anyone able to advise what time I should turn up if I just want to buy some general tickets at the gate?

Posted by: Anita on 14/01/2011 04:42:47 PM

Go England :)

Posted by: Melbourne Cricket Ground on 14/01/2011 04:44:04 PM

Hi Michael. The gates are now open if you want to come down anytime from now. The main match starts at 7.35pm - enjoy your first trip to the MCG!

Posted by: Rob Houston on 14/01/2011 05:04:28 PM

Go the poms! show em how its done!

Posted by: Peter collins on 14/01/2011 09:46:25 PM

G'day camo you've come a long way since your u 13 days at wy yung Good on ya mate. Fitzy says gday

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