The Middlesex Crusaders host two Twenty20 Cup matches at Lord's this year, and are fast heading towards a sell-out for both.
Surrey make the journey across the river on Tuesday, June 27, while later that same week, Middlesex host Kent on Friday, June 30. Both start at 5.30pm.
Chief Executive Vinny Codrington said: "If Middlesex can sell out Lord's, with a capacity of nearly 30,000, twice over then the Twenty20 competition really is going from strength to strength."
Middlesex Director of Cricket, John Emburey, summed up the players' excitement ahead of the games.
He said: "Having the start that we have had to the season, the players very much look forward to the Twenty20 Cup competition.
"It's a competition that we believe is ideally suited to the players that we have on our staff and we can assure everyone of the entertainment that goes with such matches.
"Previous matches that have been played at Lord's in the competition have resulted in full houses, which the players have dreamed about. This year should be no different and it is hoped that the performances of the team will reflect this and see them march on to the final stages of the competition once again."
Last year, Middlesex's Owais Shah was the top scorer in the competition with 410 runs at an average of 58.57, with a rate of 159 per 100 balls faced.
To book tickets for both the fixtures visit www.lords.org or call 020 7432 1000.
Middlesex also take on Sussex and Hampshire in the competition, with the matches to be held at Old Deer Park, Richmond on Sunday July 2 and The Walker Ground, Southgate on Tuesday, July 11, respectively.
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