Tickets for England's Royal London one-day international with India at Trent Bridge on Saturday 30 August 2014 have sold out.
Demand for seats for the game made it the quickest selling Anglo-Indian fixture in the ground's history.
Trent Bridge has driven a significant increase in crowds in recent years, with sold-out international fixtures underpinned by the biggest domestic Twenty20 crowds outside London.
Attention has now turned to the Investec Test between England and India from July 9 2014, with seats for the first four days of the match becoming increasingly scarce.
"Games against Australia will always be the best selling matches at Trent Bridge but it has become increasingly clear that India are a very close second," said Trent Bridge ticket office manager Nigel Murray.
"The response from members and ticket buyers has been excellent and we hope that those wishing to watch international cricket at Trent Bridge in 2014 act quickly to secure their seats for our India Test match."
Nottinghamshire members can still access ODI tickets in members-only areas while hospitality packages remain on general sale, along with tickets for the Investec Test.