Tickets for the West Indies/Bangladesh One Day International (ODI) matches scheduled for the National Stadium at Providence will go on sale on Monday, July 16.
According to a press release from the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) on Thursday, patrons can purchase tickets to witness the West Indies battle Bangladesh in two ODIs, at their office located at Regent Street, opposite the Ministry of Agriculture.
Tickets cost $5,000 for the Red and Green Stands, while the Orange Stand tickets are priced at $3,000. Entrance to the Grass Mount or Party Stand is set at $2000.
Children under 12 years will be allowed in free with an adult ticket holder, while senior citizens over 60 will gain free access to the matches upon presentation of their Identification Card at the box office. Car passes will cost $1,000.
West Indies will face Bangladesh at 09:30hrs on Sunday July 22 at Providence for the first time in an ODI, while Providence will host its first Day and Night match on Wednesday July 25, bowling off at 14:30hrs.
West Indies have enjoyed mixed fortunes in 13 matches at Providence, winning six and losing seven. Bangladesh in their lone ODI at the venue stunned South Africa in the 2007 World Cup.
Providence last hosted international cricket in 2017 when Pakistan played three ODIs.