Tickets on sale to Hobart's One-Day International between Australia and New Zealand - on Friday 20 March 2020, and the entire International Summer of Cricket are on sale as 12pm Thursday 23 May.
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This clash between two trans-Tasman rivals is the third in three-match ODI series and could potentially decide which nation takes home the coveted Chappell-Hadlee Trophy.
It is the second potential series deciding clash to be held at Blundstone Arena in as many summers after Hobart hosted the Proteas win over Australia on Remembrance Day last November.
On that occasion, a record-breaking partnership of 252 between Proteas superstars Faf du Plessis and David Miller helped the visitors amass 5/320 from their 50 overs, a total which was insurmountable for our Australians - despite a brilliant century from left-hander Shaun Marsh.
This time around, it'll be the Kiwis - led by their skipper Kane Williamson, veteran bat, Ross Taylor and searing quick, Trent Boult, eager to end their tour of Australia, and Australia's home summer on a high with a series victory in enemy territory.
The match could also provide a bit of an orientation exercise for New Zealand before they call Hobart home for a crucial Super 12 fixture in the ICC Men's World T20 in October 2020.
Although Hobart will play host to just one Australian fixture this summer, Cricket Tasmania Chief Executive, Nick Cummins, says given the options for when the match could be held that the outcome is positive.
"The home schedules for both India and New Zealand meant that we would either be given a match in October or March."
"Certainly from a fan experience point of view the weather is likely to much nicer in Hobart in March."
"Cricket is still being played from community level to professional level until late March so we believe the match will be well supported by cricket fans in Tasmania."
The last One-Day International between Australia and New Zealand in Hobart took place in December of 2007, with Ricky Ponting compiling a match-winning 134* for his side in a comfortable victory.