Cricket Scotland has today announced that the One Day International between Scotland and England is now sold out, 72 days before the fixture.
The show-piece fixture will take place at Raeburn Place on 10 June 2018 and will be attended by just under 4,000 fans.
The two teams last met in the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2015 at the Hagley Oval. On that occasion, a Moeen Ali century helped England to victory by 119 runs.
The previous match between the sides on Scottish soil saw England come out winners by 39 runs [DLS], despite a valiant effort from Michael Leask who struck 42 runs from 19 deliveries.
On the announcement Malcolm Cannon said, ““Internationals in any sport don’t come much bigger than Scotland vs England and we are delighted that the Scottish public and cricket fans have come out in force to support their team.
Following a superb showing at the Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Zimbabwe, the Scotland team is performing very well and we look forward to an exciting day at a beautiful venue and to a great match.”
Hospitality tickets are still available through Matchpoint HERE
Following the England match, Scotland will play two T20s against the touring Pakistan on 12 and 13 June, tickets for these matches can be purchased HERE