TICKETS for this summer’s Royal London One-Day International between England and India at Emerald Headingley have sold out.

The ODI joins the Saturday of the Test Match in becoming the second day of international cricket to have sold out, with over four months until the first ball goes down.

Andy Dawson, Yorkshire CCC's commercial director, said: “The appetite for international cricket in Yorkshire is well and truly there, which is great to see.

“Earlier in the month we were delighted to announce the Saturday of the Test Match as a sell-out, and to add the One-Day International to it at this time of the year is a real positive for the club.

"The demand for tickets has been unprecedented, which we believe is down to the unique experience that we are able to offer here at Emerald Headingley.

“There are now fewer than 2,000 tickets left for day one of the Test Match, and we envisage that these will sell out well in advance of the game as well.

“On the back of the recent news about major match allocations from 2020-2024, it’s another positive story for cricket in Yorkshire.”

Despite tickets now being sold out for the ODI, there are a limited number of hospitality packages available in the Headingley Pavilion and East Stand.