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Ticket ballot now closed

Ticket ballot now closed

Find out what happens next now the 2013 Lord's international ticket ballot, including the Investec Ashes Series Test match at the Home of Cricket, has closed.

The MCC ballot for tickets to England's two Investec Test matches and One Day International at Lord's in 2013 has now closed.

What happens next?

If you have entered the ballot and have been successful, or part successful, then you will be sent an email confirming your tickets once the ballot has taken place. This will happen over the next few weeks.

Please note that money may leave your account automatically before you have received a confirmation email.

If in the event that money is taken from your account but you do not receive an email by the end of January, please e-mail Your ticket application, or part of it, will have been successful but your email details may be incorrect.

No money will be taken from your account if you have not been successful.

Any unsold tickets will go on general sale from January 21, but due to the high demand for the Australia Test match, any tickets for this fixture will be extremely limited, if available at all.

A summer of international cricket at Lord's

Australia and New Zealand will face England at the Home of Cricket this summer, along with a One Day International featuring the Black Caps.

Alastair Cook’s men will defend the Ashes against the old enemy in a five-match series with the crucial second Test Match taking place at Lord's from 18 July.

The Aussies will no doubt be desperate to atone for recent Ashes' defeats, while England's success in India this winter was the perfect start to Cook's reign as captain. The 2013 Ashes summer is set up for a mouth-watering contest.

The international schedule for this year at Lord's:

Match Dates
England v New Zealand - 1st Investec Test Match Thursday 16 - Monday 20 May
England v New Zealand - 1st NatWest ODI Friday 31 May
England v Australia - 2st Investec Test Match Thursday 18 - Monday 22 July

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