Hampshire have revealed fewer than 1,000 general admission tickets remain available for the NatWest International T20 between England and Australia at the Ageas Bowl on August 29.
With more than a month to go before the fixture takes place, more than 18,000 tickets have been sold, while matchday hospitality is sold out.
The fixture is a replay of the first T20 international on English soil, which the hosts won by 100 runs, and will be preceded by the second Women’s Ashes NatWest International T20 between England and Australia.
Stuart Robertson, commercial director at the Ageas Bowl, said: “We have had a phenomenal interest in tickets for the NatWest Series T20 International at The Ageas Bowl this season, and that's testament to the quality of the match in prospect, the strong reputation the venue has built up as one of the best arenas in which to watch sport across the country and the enthusiasm of cricket fans in the south to support their team in this incredible Ashes summer.”
Tickets can be purchased via the Ageas Bowl ticketing website, over the phone on 0844 847 1863 (24 hours a day) or in person at the Ageas Bowl ticket office during normal office hours.