Worcestershire Rapids fans are urged to buy their tickets sooner rather than later for Friday's final home NatWest T20 Blast group match with Lancashire Lightning.
The Rapids are through to their third quarter-final in four years as once again they have shown themselves to be a formidable force in the shortened format of the game.
The last match at New Road against Birmingham Bears was a sell-out and tickets are already being eagerly snapped up for the match against the Lightning.
It could decide whether the Rapids will have a home quarter-final – depending on the outcome of Wednesday's match between the Bears and Northamptonshire Steelbacks at Edgbaston.
So the message is book now to avoid disappointment and give your backing to skipper Daryl Mitchell and his players.
Worcestershire ticketing and membership manager Amy Francetti said: "Sales are going really well for Friday. It looks like we will have another good crowd.
"There are still tickets available but we anticipate it could be another sell-out so it is best to book now to avoid being disappointed."
Tickets are priced £17 in advance for adults and £5 for juniors and £22 on the day and £5 for juniors.