Tickets for the first phase of Sri Lanka ACC Men’s Asia Cup 2023 will go on sale tomorrow (Thursday), the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Wednesday.
In a statement, the PCB, the host of the event, said that the tickets will be available at pcb.bookme.pk.
“The Pakistan Cricket Board as hosts of the ACC Men’s Asia Cup 2023 is pleased to announce the sale of match tickets for the Sri Lanka leg of the event. Tickets for the first phase of the Sri Lanka leg will go on sale from 12 pm (noon) PST on August 17,” the PCB stated.
“The tickets will be available at pcb.bookme.pk. The announcement will be made through the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official social media channels.
“The second phase of ticket sales for the Sri Lanka leg will commence at 6:30pm PST on August 17. This second phase of ticket sales will include the much-awaited fixture between Pakistan and India on 2 September.
“Nine matches will be held in Sri Lanka, including the final. The Sri Lanka leg will begin with the home side taking on Bangladesh at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium on August 31.
“Last week, the tickets for the Asia Cup matches in Pakistan were put on sale. The tournament kicks off in Multan when the hosts Pakistan play Nepal on August 30.”
Complete schedule of Asia Cup
Aug 30 – Pakistan vs Nepal in Multan at 2:30 pm (PST)
Aug 31 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka in Kandy at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 2 – Pakistan vs India in Kandy at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 3 – Bangladesh vs Afghanistan in Lahore at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 4 – India vs Nepal in Kandy at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 5 – Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka in Lahore at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 6 – A1 vs B2 in Lahore at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 9 – B1 vs B2 in Colombo at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 10 – A1 vs A2 in Colombo at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 12 – A2 vs B1 in Colombo at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 14 – A1 vs B1 in Colombo at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 15 – A2 vs B2 in Colombo at 2:30 pm (PST)
Sept 17 – Final in Colombo at 2:30 pm (PST)
*Positions irrespective of teams’ positions after first round
– Pakistan will remain A1
– India will remain A 2
– If either of them (India and Pakistan) don’t qualify for Super 4s then Nepal will take their position
– Sri Lanka will remain B1
– Bangladesh will remain B2
– If either of them (Sri Lanka and Bangladesh) don’t qualify for Super 4s then Afghanistan will take their position