Adelaide, Feb 6: Tickets are in huge demand not only for ICC World Cup 2015 but also for the warm-up matches before the actual tournament begins on February 14.
International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced that there are no tickets left for India-Australia warm-up game on February 8 (Sunday) in Adelaide and also Pakistan-Bangladesh clash in Sydney on February 9 (Monday).
The entry for the practice matches are free. However, fans need to have a ticket to gain entry to the ground, ICC said on Friday. For the tournament, over 750,000 tickets have been sold so far.
"The enormous public interest in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has extended to the warm-up matches with big crowds expected at some of these fixtures from this weekend," ICC said on its website.
"Organisers are reminding fans that although the warm-up matches are free to attend, everyone must have a ticket to gain entry. Tickets for some warm up matches are still available for download from the tournament website www.cricketworldcup.com
"There are no tickets left for Australia v India at Adelaide Oval on Sunday or for Pakistan v Bangladesh at Blacktown International Sportspark in Sydney. Fans who turn up without tickets will not be admitted," it added.
After facing Australia on Sunday, India have another warm-up game, against Afghanistan on Monday (February 8). India open World Cup campaign against Pakistan on February 15.
There will be 14 warm-up matches and will have no official One Day International status. Each team can use all their 15 players but only 11 can bat and field.