KARACHI – Fans will be able to witness this year’s most successful T20I team in action when Babar Azam’s Pakistan take on the West Indies in three T20Is and as many ODIs from December 13-22 at the National Stadium, which will be filled to capacity.

Pakistan has won 17 Twenty20 Internationals this year and will enter the shorter format series against the West Indies with nine wins in the past ten completed matches.

In order to allow cricket fans from all walks of life to see their heroes in action, the Pakistan Cricket Board has set ticket rates for T20I matches ranging from PKR250 to PKR2,000.

Seats in General Enclosures (Intikhab Alam, Iqbal Qasim, Mohammad Brothers, Nasimul Ghani and Wasim Bari) are priced at PKR250; in First-class Enclosures (Asif Iqbal, Majid Khan, Quaid, Waqar Hasan and Zaheer Abbas) are for PKR500; in Premium Enclosures (Imran Khan and Wasim Akram) are for PKR1,000; and in VIP Enclosures (Fazal Mahmood, Hanif Mohammad and Javed Miandad) are for PKR2,000.

These tickets may be purchased online (www.bookme.pk), over the phone (0092 313 778 6888), or in person at the box office and M&P stores listed in the document attached.

Fans of all ages will be able to watch No.1 rated Babar pair up with Mohammad Rizwan, 2021’s most successful T20I batter, as his starting partner.

Individuals above the age of 12 are expected to be completely vaccinated, according to National Command and Operations Centre rules, while minors under the age of 12 are not obliged to be vaccinated. The original ticket, CNIC, and Nadra-issued immunisation certificate for Covid-19 will be required for admission to the stadium.

The two teams will play three one-day internationals (ODIs) as part of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League on December 18, 20, and 22, with tickets starting at PKR100 and going up to PKR1,000. General Enclosure tickets cost PKR100, First-Class seats cost PKR250, Premium seats cost PKR500, and VIP seats cost PKR1,000.

To ensure that all fans can enjoy the event safely, it is recommended that they follow the Covid-19 procedures and wear facemasks while in the stands.

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