3 January 2014
With only 20 overs a side, the batsmen will be taking more risks and going for those bigger hits – which means more action, faster play and a seriously exciting day out at Stadium Australia.
Packed with explosive T20 action, this match is one of three in the series held in centres around the country.
The last time the teams faced each other in T20 was on August 31, 2013, where the English took the match by 27 runs. However, the two-match series was shared because Australia won at Southampton. One match was washed out (it rained) and each team has taken four wins in the past.
Overall, these two formidable sides have played one another just nine times in T20s. The upcoming series could be a decisive tie-breaker for many of the players and fans – so don’t miss out!
Not only will some scores be settled on the pitch in February from past ODIs, some glory will no doubt be regained from the January Ashes tests when the two teams battled it out for one of the most important trophies in the sport.
Book your tickets as soon as possible to ensure a seat for you and your friends and family.
Accommodation in Sydney West offers plenty of options across a range of budgets and preferences, and you’ll be able to enjoy the many restaurants and cafes in the area to make the most of what Sydney has to offer before and after the match!