Fans still have a chance to see the best teams in action in the World Cup as some of the tickets are still available for the both semi-finals as well as the final match.
According to sponsors and World Cup organizers, there are 1,800 Category 1 tickets and a few Category 2 tickets still up for grabs for the semi-final clash between New Zealand and Sri Lanka at Sabina Park in Jamaica.
In addition, more than 500 tickets - across Categories 1, 2 and 3 - are available for Wednesday's semi-final in Saint Lucia that will put Australia and South Africa in a battle for a place in Saturday's final.
"Fans can still get tickets to these matches - the biggest games of the tournament - and with the way the semi-finals have shaped up, there is some exciting cricket to come; possibly even the best of the event," said World Cup commercial director Stephen Price.
"These three matches are the last chance for fans to be a part of this historic cricket World Cup and we're urging everyone to come out and let's make this last week of World Cup the very best," he said.