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2013/14 international cricket fixture

May 31, 2013

Cricket Australia has announced details of the 2013/14 international cricket schedule.

Key dates for the MCG are:

December 26-30          Australia v England        Boxing Day Test
Sunday January 12      Australia v England       One-day international
Friday January 31        Australia v England       Twenty20 international

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TICKETS

Public tickets will go on sale on Wednesday July 17 at 12.00pm AEST through Ticketek.

Further information about ticket prices, seating plans and other details about these events will be published as soon as they are finalised.

AUSTRALIAN CRICKET FAMILY

An Australian Cricket Family (ACF) priority on-sale period will be held from Monday July 1 to Friday July 5.

Australian residents have until Tuesday June 25 at 5.00pm AEST to register with the ACF for this priority access and a discount on tickets to international matches in Australia this summer.

Click here for more about the ACF.

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SCHEDULE

In addition to the international matches above, a schedule of matches for the T20 Big Bash League, RYOBI Cup and Sheffield Shield competitions has yet to be released by Cricket Australia.

In the meantime, the full schedule of international matches at all venues in 2013/14 can be seen on the Cricket Australia website.

 

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