2020 England v West Indies, Kia Oval
England v West Indies will provide the first International fixtures of the 2020 calendar. Taking place at the Kia Oval, from 4th-8th June 2020 the three Test Series will contribute points to the World Test Championships, the inaugural bilateral series which culminates with the Final in 2021.
Both teams have a good mix of youth and experience and will have realistic expectations of reaching the WTC Final.
In addition to the points on offer, after losing the Wisden Trophy earlier this year the series will provide the opportunity for Root’s England to win back lost silverware.
Expect a party atmosphere at the Oval as both these teams have enthusiastic followings.
With fabulous views of the pitch, whilst enjoying a cold beverage, register your interest now with Engage!4th Jun – 8th Jun 2020 The OvalLimited Availability
The Hundred is coming to a cricket ground near you in the Summer of 2020.
Innovative, exciting, explosive, uncharted, rebellion, all words to describe the English answer to the T20, a game developed by the Brits but which has become a global phenomenon.
This new innovative game is positioned to be inclusive, aimed at the younger generation of non-cricketers aiming to inspire the next Ben Stokes or Jofra Archer to take up this global game. This is highlighted in two ways, firstly the tournament will be played throughout June and July to allow the greatest amount of families to attend and secondly will be free to air on the BBC making the new competition accessible to those who are unable to attend live games.
The Hundred will be played across 7 cities, with 8 franchises of both men & women. Birmingham, Cardiff, Leeds, London (two teams), Manchester, Nottingham and Southampton. Innings will last 100 balls and take just over an hour to complete.1st Jun – 31st Jul 2020 Lord's Cricket HospitalityLimited Availability
2020 England v Ireland ODI, Kia Oval
England face Ireland in their last One Day International at the Kia Oval on Tues 15th Sept 2020, and their final match of the summer.
The last time these two teams met, Ireland were left hugely disappointed. The inaugural Test at Lord’s began with England bowled out for 85. Tim Murtagh with a test 5 for however requiring 181 to win the game were cleaned up for 38.
Ireland will be wanting an upset but will face a tough task against current World Champs England.
England’s team is stacked full of batsmen with the ability to take games away from the very best bowling line-ups. Ireland’s bowlers will need to be on top form to restrict England.
Bring your clients down for an afternoon of fireworks, at one of the fastest scoring grounds in the UK, & a score of 380 plus could be on the cards.
Register your interest to attend with Engage.15th Sep 2020 The OvalLimited Availability
As the scene of England’s Ashes-winning triumphs in 2005 and 2009, The Kia Oval is held in the highest regard by cricket fans and the ground is almost always braced for brilliance and drama alike.