Asia Cup 2023: Tickets for Pakistan leg of tournament to go on sale starting August 12
As the much-awaited ACC Men’s Asia Cup 2023 comes closer, it's been announced that all cricket fans can buy tickets for the Pakistan leg matches from August 12, Saturday
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The much-awaited ACC Men’s Asia Cup 2023, co-hosted by Sri Lanka and Pakistan, is all set to commence on August 30th as Pakistan will be playing against Nepal in the first match of the tournament. Fans can buy tickets for Pakistan's matches from August 12th, Saturday, as they will be available on pcb.bookme.pk
As the marquee event is going to return to Pakistan after 15 long years, the prices for the tickets have been set at very affordable rates so that all the cricket fans can easily afford it and watch the Pakistani Team and all other Asian stars playing on the ground.
Prices for the VIP and Premium sections at the Multan Cricket Stadium and Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium will be revealed in the first stage while on the occasion of 76th Independence Day, First Class and General enclosures’ prices will be declared.
All these announcements regarding the tickets are going to be announced through the official social media channels of the Pakistan Cricket Board while the details for the Sri Lanka leg matches are going to be announced in due course.
Notably, the hospitality boxes for the Pakistan leg match in Multan and Lahore are also going to be available for sale and can be bought via a phone call at the PCB headquarters at 111 22 77 77
Fans across India can watch all the matches from 3.00 pm (IST) LIVE & Exclusive on the Star Sports Network and Disney+ Hotstar from August 30th to September 17th, 2023
As the marquee event comes closer, all the cricket fans are eager to watch their favourite stars playing on the ground. The much-awaited Indo-Pak clash is going to be the biggest match of the tournament as India will be looking to take revenge for the last defeat, while Pakistan will look to continue their good form. Overall, it is going to be a treat to watch Indian batters up against a quality Pakistani pace attack.