The Kia Oval will host two Twenty20 Internationals between England and the West Indies on 23rd and 25th September, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have confirmed.
The matches will take place a week after the conclusion of India's tour of England and will bring down the curtain on England's international summer.
Surrey are delighted with the extra two international matches they get to host and they are keen to encourage as many people as possible to come and watch England - the reigning world champions - take on the West Indies.
"Surrey CCC is really pleased to be able to host these games at the Kia Oval in what will be a colourful and exciting end to the international summer," Richard Gould, Surrey chief executive said.
"T20 cricket is very popular at the Kia Oval, as we have seen this year, with record breaking crowds coming to see the Surrey Lions.
"We want both games to be played in a friendly party atmosphere with a large turnout from local residents in Lambeth and London, which is why tickets have been priced from only £25, with U16 tickets on sale for £1."
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