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England v Sri Lanka T20 at Ageas Bowl

The England & Wales Cricket Board has announced the remaining fixtures as part of its Men’s Major Match Schedule for 2021, with confirmation The Ageas Bowl will host a Vitality IT20 between England and Sri Lanka on Saturday 26th June.


The fixture, which is part of a three-match Vitality IT20 series preceding the already-announced three-match Royal London Series against Sri Lanka, is part of a full calendar of international matches set to be hosted across England and Wales in 2021.


With demand expected to be high, tickets for the fixture will be allocated via a ballot, now open with fans able to enter at www.ageasbowl.com/ballot.


The ballot is free to enter, while any tickets purchased will be covered by a Ticket Refund Promise, which means that should fans be unable to attend because the match is cancelled, played behind closed doors or with limited capacity, a full refund will be given.


An exclusive priority period is now open for 2021 Hampshire Cricket Members, with every Member having the opportunity to purchase discounted Members’ Area tickets.

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