As per the T&Cs tickets HERE, fans are not able to sell their tickets on secondary ticket websites. Fans also are unable to put their tickets for sale on the Official Resale Platform due to the short turnaround time.
The match will recommence today (Wednesday 10 July) at 10.30am BST, weather permitting, with gates opening at 08.30am BST.
The game will continue where it was halted – New Zealand will complete their 50-over innings and India will then complete their 50-over innings, weather permitting. The match may be shortened dependent on conditions.
For the match to be completed, India are required to bat for at least 20 overs. If after the reserve day the match has still not reached a result, India will progress to the final given their higher finishing position in the group stage.
Fans are advised that their tickets are valid for the Reserve Day. They should keep hold of their ticket from today as they will require them to enter the stadium tomorrow. Ticket-holders are not able to sell their tickets for the Reserve Day if they cannot attend, due to the short turnaround time.
Fans who cannot attend the Reserve Day are able to donate their tickets as they leave Old Trafford today to give free of charge to local cricket communities. Once fans have donated their ticket, they are unable to attend on the Reserve Day.
There will be NO tickets on sale at Old Trafford or online for the Reserve Day.
Ticket buyers are advised to read the following FAQs.
What can I do with my ticket if I can’t attend tomorrow?
Fans have the option to donate their ticket to local cricket organisations in the Manchester area. They can deposit their ticket as they exit Old Trafford in the marked boxes on the gates. CWC19 will then distribute these to local cricket organisations ahead of the match re-start tomorrow.
The match has been rain affected – can I claim a refund?
As per our refund policy, the match has now passed the minimum number of overs and no refunds are applicable.