Day 4 West Indies Ticket Refund Policy
19 Aug 2017
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Please read our refund policy regarding ticket sales for Day Four of England vs West Indies at Edgbaston.
For days 1 to 4 of the Investec Test Match: If play is restricted or does not take place at the ground on the day for which this ticket is valid, you will be entitled to a refund of only the match ticket value subject to there being: (a) 15 overs or less because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a full refund; (b) 15.1 overs to 29.5 overs because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match - a 50% refund. In no other circumstances can money be refunded.
In respect of tickets purchased in advance for the day on which this ticket is valid, refunds will be made automatically by Warwickshire County Cricket Club to the original purchaser only, either by refunding his or her debit or credit card or by sending a cheque.
In respect of tickets purchased at the Ground on the day for which this ticket is valid, refunds may be claimed by sending this ticket with your name and address in block capitals to Warwickshire County Cricket Club, Edgbaston Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7QU within 28 days of the Match date. For refund queries telephone 0844 635 1902. Also visit www.ecb.co.uk/refundscheme. Please allow 30 days from the receipt of the claim for your refund to be processed.
‘This refund policy does not apply to day 5 of Investec Test Matches. For Day 5 tickets, a full refund may be claimed only if there is no play because of adverse weather conditions or completion of the match. Please go to Edgbaston.com for details of how to claim your refund. Cricket is against ticket touting – you must not buy or sell this ticket for more than its face value.
Please see www.ecb.co.uk/toutsout for full re-sale/refund policy. All tickets are issued by or on behalf of Warwickshire County Cricket Club. Each Ticket is and shall remain at all times the property of Warwickshire County Cricket Club.
No person who is subject to a life ban imposed and/or recognised by the ICC, the ECB or any other ICC Member as a result of a breach of any applicable ICC, ECB or other ICC Member rules, regulations, codes or directives shall be permitted to enter the ground and any such person found within the ground on the day of the match shall be liable to immediate removal from the ground.
The stats you may have missed
- Victory was England's third biggest innings victory over West Indies
- This was the first time West Indies had lost 19 wickets in a day; the previous highest was 18 against England at The Oval in 1933
- With his third wicket, Stuart Broad moved past Sir Ian Botham's tally of 383 Test wickets into second place on England's all-time list; only James Anderson is above him
- Broad is now 15th in the all-time list of Test wicket-takers for any country
- It is the first time that England's two leading wicket-takers have played in the same match since Fred Trueman and Brian Statham in 1963
- England have enforced the follow-on eight times in the past 12 games in which they have the opportunity
- Jimmy Anderson has 39 wickets at Edgbaston and is now joint highest wicket taker with Fred Trueman.