The Yorkshire County Cricket Club are asking spectators not to attend day five of the LV= Insurance Test Match between England and New Zealand on Monday 27 June at Headingley UNLESS THEY HAVE CLAIMED A TICKET IN ADVANCE.

Those attending on the day without a ticket will not be able to gain entrance to the ground as there will be no tickets available.

Following another dramatic day at Headingley, the Club announced that tickets would be available for free to those wishing to the final day’s play of the series.

Those attending have had the option to make a small donation to the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation to support their work in the community.

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