Five things to know about Australia’s first cricket match in the middle of the night


Australia is set to host its first cricket World Cup match in Australia’s middle of night on Saturday.

The game is to be played in Adelaide’s Adelaide Oval, with the winner receiving a share of the $5 million prize.

The team will also play in the ICC Women’s World Cup, which will be held in the UAE.

The event is being organised by the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Australian Cricket Association (ACA).

The ICC has confirmed that the game will be played at night and there will be a maximum of 30,000 spectators.

There will also be an ambulance service.

A number of venues will be set up in Adelaide including the state-of-the-art stadium in the Adelaide Oval.

The players will be able to watch from the stadium as well as from the spectator box.

This will be the first time a cricket match will be hosted in the evening.

The Adelaide Oval is the world’s biggest, with capacity of 16,000.

The tournament will be one of the biggest ever, with eight teams participating.

Australia will host a second World Cup in 2019 and a third in 2020.