The fourth T20I between Pakistan and England is expected to be sold out, so National Stadium Karachi is expected to be packed on Sunday.
The fourth T20I between Pakistan and England will be played in front of a packed house at National Stadium, as fans are expected to turn out in large numbers. All tickets for the Pakistan-England match in Karachi have been sold out.
The fourth game’s appeal has been noted to be significantly greater than that of the preceding games due to the holiday. The VIP enclosures for the first three games have also been reserved, in addition to all of the tickets for the Sunday game.
All four T20Is in Karachi have sold out, including tickets for the Quaid-e-Azam, Imran Khan, and Majid Khan enclosures, which cost Rs. 750 each.
England returned to Pakistan after a 17-year absence to play seven Twenty20 Internationals in Karachi and Lahore. The first four T20Is will be played at National Stadium, with the remaining matches taking place at Gaddafi Stadium.