The Australian cricket board had hoped the 60,000-seat venue in Burswood would be ready to host the third Ashes test between the sides from December 14-18 but construction delays ruled that out, with Perth's traditional WACA ground staging it instead. Its availability for the limited-overs fixture is part of a compromise that will also see the Perth Scorchers play any Big Bash League home finals at the venue (if Scorchers make the knockouts or the final, they will both be played at new stadium), after hosting all their regular season games at the WACA.
Tickets to the match will be available to the public via http://www.cricket.com.au from Friday, November 24. The stadium is simply state-of-the-art, and a magnificent asset for the state and WA sports fans.
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James Sutherland, CA chief executive, said the ODI at the new stadium was a major showpiece for cricket.
"Not only will we be able to reach a larger live audience through increased capacity, the ODI will showcase the new stadium to a large global televised audience".
The ODI in Perth will be the fifth and final match of the series, which begins on January 14 following the conclusion of the Ashes the week before.
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