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Middlesex v Surrey match information

Kevin Pietersen will play for Surrey
Kevin Pietersen will play for Surrey

High-flying Surrey, featuring Kevin Pietersen, take on Middlesex at Lord's in the final NatWest T20 Blast action of 2014 at the Home of Cricket.

Middlesex lie bottom of the south group heading into the fixture, but Surrey have proven themselves to be one of the most dangerous teams in the competition, and have already secured a place in the quarter-finals.

In Jason Roy, the south-London team have the competition's premier batsman this season so far, the opener having hit seven 50s in his 12 knocks in the tournament.

There are a limited number of tickets remaining to be sold on the gate for the match, so please arrive early if you do not yet have tickets. We also advise checking this website before traveling to confirm that tickets are still going on sale on the gate. The ticket sales points at the North Gate will open at 4:00pm.

Please look out for Lord's stewards and volunteers near the Ground, who are happy to help you with directions and any queries you have.

Enjoy the match!

Visitor information:

Gates open:





The interval will be 15 minutes, between innings

Scheduled close: The scheduled close is 9pm

The weather forecast for London is set for be warm and sunny, with highs of 28°C

Ticket sales:

Remaining tickets will go on sale from the Ticket Sales Point at the North Gate from 4:00pm on the day of the match. Pre-sales have now ceased.

There are fewer than 500 tickets left to be sold for this match so non-ticket holders hoping to buy on the gate are encouraged to arrive at Lord's as early as possible.

Ticket collections:

Spectators who who need to collect their tickets from the East Gate ticket collection point on the day of the match can do so from 2pm on Thursday 24 July.

MCC encourage anyone needing to collect tickets to arrive at the Ground as early as possible, to ensure you gain entry to Lord's in time for the start of play. Please also check this website before traveling to Lord's.

The MCC Ticket Office is also open on Wednesday 23 July from 8:30am - 5:30pm and Thursday 24 July from 8:30am - 1pm and ticket holders are welcome to collect their tickets from Lord's at these times.

Ticket holders info:

Tickets holders are also encouraged to arrive at the Ground as early as possible to ensure they can take their seats by the time play starts.

Tickey holders should enter the Ground from the following gates:

Rover ticket holders: Grace Gate (East) or North Gate

Public stand ticket holders: East Gate or North Gate

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Hamper collection

Those who have pre-ordered Lord's T20 Ploughman-stlye hampers can collect them from the Hamper collection point, located in the Food Village.

Please ensure you pick-up your Hamper between gates opening and the innings interval.

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Admission with alcohol:

Each spectator is permitted to bring two pints of beer or 75cl of wine into the Ground on entry. Amounts of alcohol in excess of this will be confiscated.

Food & drink:

The Lord's Food Village will be open throughout the match, with the extended facility offering spectators the choice of delicious food during each day.

In addition, public bars around the Ground (including the new Bicentenary Bar located under the Mound Stand) are open from the Ground opening time until 8:45pm, and offer a selection of food and drink.

Find out more about the Food Village


St John’s Wood is the closest tube station (approximately 5 minutes walk), and Warwick Avenue, Marylebone, Edgware Road and Baker Street are all within 15 minutes’ walk.

A good service is due on London Underground lines, though it is worth checking on the TfL website on the day before you travel.

There are also a number of bus routes which pass near to the Ground, and several Barclays Bike Hire stations are within walking distance.

Plan your route to Lord's


Free Wifi is available around the ground via The Cloud. To sign up, connect to the service through your device and follow the instructions to register.

Look out for:

There is plenty of entertainment on offer away from the action on each day of the match. At the Harris Garden, the John Barnes Outswingers band will be entertaining the crowd as they enter the ground.

Meanwhile, at the Nursery End, the St Michael & All Angels Steel Band - one of the winners of the Perform Live at Lord's competition - will be playing.

Shopping & book signings:

The Lord's Shop is situated adjacent to the East Gate and will be open from the time gates open until approximately half-an-hour after the close of play.

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Programmes & scorecards

Match scorecards (£1) and Programmes (£3) will be available from selling points around the Ground.

Text message incident system:

Lord's has launched a text message incident reporting system for spectators at major matches. Spectators can now instantly and discreetly report incidents by texting 'Lords' to 020 3322 4252.

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