Royal London One Day Cup Final - History is made at Lord's
History is made at Lord's
The Royal London One-Day Cup final has produced some wonderful cricket at Lord's down the years and this year's competition is set to be no different.
Last year’s final saw Warwickshire - captained by Ian Bell - thrash Surrey by eight wickets with England internationals Chris Woakes and Jonathan Trott starring to help seal their ninth Lord’s triumph overall.
The 2017 Royal London One-Day Cup final has the added bonus of being rescheduled to its more traditional position at the height of summer, with the conclusion of the tournament held at the Home of Cricket on Saturday 1 July.
Nottinghamshire and Surrey are the two teams who are a victory away from making history at the Home of Cricket after progressing past the semi-finals of the competition.
Samit Patel hit an unbeaten 122 to help Notts chase down an English 50-over record target of 371 in the semi against Essex at Chelmsford with Steven Mullaney also reaching three-figures with a knock of 111.
Surrey, winners of the CB40 in 2011, reached their third consecutive Royal London One-Day Cup final after they beat Worcestershire by 153 runs at New Road with England's Jason Roy scoring 92 and Kumar Sangakkara 73 while England spinner Gareth Batty took five wickets for 40 runs.
How to get tickets
Tickets for the match are now on general sale, with prices starting at £20 for adults and £5 for under 16s.
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