T20 World Cup 2020

Pakistan v West Indies & Australia v B2 - Two Night Break

Adelaide Oval - Adelaide

/ 2 night break, match date Tuesday 3 November
Price: £495pp

Adelaide Oval - Adelaide

2 night break, match date Tuesday 3 November
Price: £495pp

Package summary

Adelaide will be the venue for two mouth-watering matches that will happen back-to-back as the tournament heats up.

Our two night break will include tickets to Pakistan v West Indies and Australia v B2 so you will get double bang for your buck on a memorable day of top class cricket.

Package features

  • Official match ticket
  • Bed and breakfast hotel accommodation
  • ICC Travel & Tours staff

Pakistan v West Indies - 3 November

The Calypso Kings will showdown against Pakistan in a blitzkrieg of boundaries and wickets. This is where the competition will really start to heat up.

These two heavyweights will be keyed up for a titanic struggle. Will the West Indies batsmen get them ahead of the game? Can Pakistan’s spinners cast a spell of control? Whatever happens, it will be great viewing – and there will be even more to come.

Australia v B2 - 3 November

Strap in for a high-octane example of T20 cricket from the hosts of the tournament.

Australia will want to put on a show in front of their own at the Adelaide Oval against qualifiers B2 as they look to take another step towards the business end of the tournament.

This is your lucky day – two matches, four good teams, plenty to get excited about at one of cricket’s great grounds.

The Hotel - 2 November to 4 November

Your break will include accommodation at one of our specially selected hotels.

The hotels will be well located so you can make the most of your break and within easy access to the stadium. Each option will include bed and breakfast during your stay.

Adelaide

Cricket fans from across the world are drawn to Adelaide as the birth-place of the great Don Bradman – the greatest batsman the game has ever seen – so the T20 here will evoke memories of the past and of cricket legends.

But there is more to Adelaide than simply ‘The Don’. The ‘City of Churches’ is cultured and sophisticated, the music scene is rich and alive and there is never a dull night with the festival calendar.

There are plenty of churches but if you want to toast a victory and celebrate with friends, pubs and hip bars outnumber them these days so there is never one far away. Down the tram tracks is beachy Glenelg – another wonder to enjoy on your cricket trip of a lifetime.
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