2019 has been described by many as one the biggest years ever for the England cricket team.

The home summer starts with an ODI series against Pakistan, culminating in a potential series-decider at Emerald Headingley on Sunday 19th May. The Three Lions will then be hoping to claim their first 50-over World Cup trophy, with the third biggest global tournament taking place on home shores. The summer ends with the return of the fiercest rivalry in international cricket, the Ashes!

Yorkshire’s Jonny Bairstow looks set to play a big part. We caught up with wicketkeeper-batsman ahead of him jetting off to the Caribbean.

A limited number of tickets remain for day four of the Ashes Test Match at Emerald Headingley on Sunday 25th August (Bank Holiday Sunday) in the Emerald Stand.

There is good availability for tickets for the Royal London One-Day International between England and Pakistan on Sunday 19th May, including in the Members’ areas.

Tickets start from just £40 for adults and £20 for juniors.

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