Pakistan v Sri Lanka: Ticket info announced for Dubai day-night cricket series

Pakistan will face Sri Lanka in their first ODI since winning the Champions Trophy.

Sport360 staff
by Sport360 staff
3rd October 2017

article:3rd October 2017

Cricket fans in the UAE are in for a treat over the next fortnight as two of the world’s best international teams go head-to-head in Dubai.

Pakistan and Sri Lanka will battle it out at the Dubai International Stadium in the second Test match this Friday before renewing their rivalry in the ODI.


The ODI will be the first time Pakistan has played the one day game since winning the Champions Trophy in June this year. It means Pakistan fans will get the opportunity to witness their star performers to revive memories of victory at the Oval against India earlier this year.

The Test, which will played held from October 6-10, will be a day-night affair with the match starting at 15:00 each day. Ticket prices start from Dh20.

The players will then have two days’ rest before the ODI game on Friday 13 October, which will also begin at 15:00. Tickets for the ODI are available starting from Dh50.

Season packages are being introduced for the first time to enjoy both Test and ODI matches with one ticket. Season ticket prices starts from Dh90. All tickets can be purchased from Q-tickets.com.

Hospitality packages

VIP Suites (24 pax) start at Dh9,600 per day for the test series and Dh38,000 for the ODI.

They are situated on Level 1 of the Red Zone and occupy prime position in line with the bowler’s arm, ensuring the best view in the house. Packages include a 3 course buffet, outdoor balcony area, fast VIP entrance, flat screen TVs and VIP parking.

Corporate Suites (12 pax) start at Dh4,200 per day for the test series and Dh15,000 for the ODI.

They are situated on Level 2 of the Red Zone and boast uninterrupted panoramic views of the ground. Packages include a three-course buffet, outdoor balcony area, fast VIP entrance, flat screen TVs and VIP parking.

For hospitality bookings, call: 0543076524 or email: [email protected]


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