SOMERSET last night (Friday) secured a home quarter-final in the Vitality Blast, finishing top of the South Group with 10 wins from 14 matches.

They will now play Nottinghamshire in a rematch of last season's quarter-final, which Notts won - this time, however, the contest is at Taunton.

When is it?

Somerset v Nottinghamshire is to take place on Sunday, August 26.

The match is to be televised live on Sky Sports Cricket and will begin at 3pm.

I am a member - does this guarantee me entry?


This match is an all-ticket fixture and membership cards alone will not be sufficient to gain entry.

Members do have a 48-hour priority window (now in operation) to purchase their tickets at a reduced price. The ticket office is open today (Saturday) between 10am and 2pm and from 10am tomorrow (Sunday), which is also the first day of Somerset's County Championship match against Essex.

If you had an allocated seat throughout the group games, this seat will be held back during this priority window to allow you the opportunity to sit in the same place for the knockout clash.

I am not a member - can I still get tickets?


Tickets will go on general sale from 12.01am on Monday, August 20.

Up to 10 tickets can be purchased in one go, either online, by phoning 01823 425301 or visiting the ground via the St James Street entrance.

There will also be a limited number of standing only tickets on sale.

How much do tickets cost?

Members who purchase tickets in the priority window will pay the following prices:

Category C - Adult - £22.50; Student - £7; Junior - £3

Category B - Adult - £27.50; Student - £12; Junior - £5

Category A - Adult - £32.50; Student - £17; Junior - £8

Standing only - £17.50

Prices then rise to an 'advance' price of:

Category C - Adult - £27.50; Student - £10; Junior - £5

Category B - Adult - £32.50; Student - £15; Junior - £7

Category A - Adult - £37.50; Student - £20; Junior - £10

Standing only - £22.50

These prices rise for 'on the day' sales should any tickets be left - but they are already selling like hot cakes (see below).

For more information, including hospitality sales, click here.