Adelaide: The warm-up matches of the ICC Cricket World Cup is attracting huge response with tickets of India's opening warm-up game against hosts Australia at the Adelaide Oval being completely sold out.
According to ICC's official website: "There are no tickets left for Australia v India at Adelaide Oval on Sunday or for Pakistan v Bangladesh at Blacktown International Sportspark in Sydney. Fans who turn up without tickets will not be admitted."
Organisers are reminding fans that although the warm-up matches are free to attend, everyone must have a ticket to gain entry. Tickets for some warm up matches are still available for download from the tournament website www.Cricketworldcup.Com.
At Adelaide Oval only, South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) members can gain entry to the members' areas for warm up matches with their SACA membership ID up to the point where seats in this area are filled.
A total of 14 warm-up matches will be played from 8 to 13 February in Adelaide, Christchurch, Melbourne and Sydney.
Venues include Adelaide Oval, Hagley Oval in Christchurch, the Sydney Cricket Ground and the Melbourne Cricket Ground, all of which are hostinmatches in the tournament proper.