In excess of 600,000 tickets have been sold for the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia, authorities said Friday, hailing huge interest for a large group of sell-out blockbuster games. The worldwide masterpiece begins on Sunday at the primer stage, before the serious weapons participate from October 22. Seven Australian urban communities are facilitating. Australia’s initial match as reigning champs against New Zealand, a rehash of last year’s conclusive, will be played before a limit swarm at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

The India-Pakistan installation the next night is likewise a rat with in excess of 90,000 fans set to stick the Melbourne Cricket Ground after extra standing-room tickets were gobbled up in 10 minutes or less.

Just few tickets stay for the occasion’s initial match-day, which sets Sri Lanka in opposition to Namibia before UAE face the Netherlands at the 36,000-limit Kardinia Park Arena in Geelong.

“We’re more than happy that we’re set to see large groups for both the initial match of the occasion in Geelong this Sunday and the main few days of the Very 12 phase in seven days’ time,” said ICC T20 World Cup boss Michelle Enright. “It will be phenomenal to see full arenas for cricket in October.”