How or where can I buy the tickets for that cricket match between that and that country?? Well... this is a question that nearly half of the cricket lover on Internet are searching for. I am not sure how many of them are actually landing on the websites that can provide the tickets for those specific matches like the upcoming Champions trophy in India, India's tour of west Indies in May - July, the ashes series in Australia that starts on 23rd of November... and not to mention the cricket world cup in 2007 (ICC world cup as it will be called) and will be played in West Indies (Caribbean) from 13th March to 29th April. But one thing I can assure you is that the ads that you see on this web page of mine can surely help because these links are derived from the keywords I have used in this article and the people who actually are selling the tickets for cricket matches have come to advertise with me..!!
Cricket is a game that is played by very few countries as compared to Football which is far more popular sport world wide. And that's why finding the tickets online is not as easy.You might be lucky if you are looking to buy the tickets for the cricket matches that are played in countries like England, Australia and New Nealand as they are relatively easy (try this) but the matches that are played in India like the current England tour in which they play 1st one day match at Delhi, the capital of India then 2nd ODI at Faridabad to the 3rd ODI at beach city - Goa to 4th ODI at Cohin. The 5th ODI is scheduled at Gowahati then 6th at Jamshedpur and the last and 7th ODI at Indore might be tough.
The reason for that is the agencies that actually are involved in sell and buy business of ticket for cricket matches here in my country India, don't really have to depend on websites to find buyers. They open their ticket counters just a day or two before the start of the cricket match and go HOUSE FULL. For example, the tickets for the India England one day match at Goa on 3rd of April has already been sold out when Faridabad match(2nd ODI) is yet to be played!!
Most of the tickets are of bizarre price like Rs 2000 to Rs 5000 for a single ticket of a one day match and above(the adjacent picture is of 2004 when India vs Pakistan cricket match was to be played at Ferozshah Kotla ground and people qued up to buy tickets at the Central Bank Of India. And if you can't read hindi, the banner says - Only Tickets of price Rs11,000, Rs 5000 and Rs 1000 will be sold!! ) and the few that remains, like Rs 300 to Rs 1000... that an average Indian cricket lover can expect to buy and enjoy a cricket match finishes way too early. Do you know that for the tickets of a cricket match that is expected to be a close one and also involves TEAM INDIA, people sleep in a que the night before the counter actually opens and match ticket actually starts to be sold... Moreover, most of the tickets are sold on credits to known and powerful people(if not given as free passes) so if you really want to buy the tickets for a cricket match in India, you better find someone related to that particular stadium in that state of India to make sure you get the ticket. And do it at least a month before the cricket match as everyone does this only... !!