Anyone heading along to tomorrow's Australia Day clash at Adelaide Oval can take advantage of free public transport.
Australia take on England, looking to break a 3-nil One Day series losing streak.
Just show your ticket to ride a bus, train or tram without charge.
It'll work the same for the Strikers' home semi-final next Friday, Feb 2.
To cater for crowds, there will be free dedicated Adelaide Oval Express buses as well as extra train and tram services.
Transport Minister Stephen Mullighan says "we know that many people who go to the cricket like to enjoy a drink or two with their mates, so encouraging them to use free public transport is an important measure in reducing the temptation to drink and drive".
"Free public transport can also help to reduce the cost of a day out for families and other spectators".
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