A 8556 strong crowd attended day one of the historic first test at Manuka Oval yesterday to watch Joe Burns and Travis Head break the century drought.
After Australia lost three wickets early, Head and Burns combined for a 308-run partnership which is the highest Australian test partnership since 2015.
Day 2 of the test has now been officially declared a sell-out with no public tickets remaining.
The Richies will be in attendance today as well as Sri Lankan Fan Army so fans can expect an entertaining and colourful day at the cricket.
Tickets are still remaining for Day 3 so make sure you don't miss out - http://bit.ly/2zwKnIP