GLAMORGAN will host England in two one-day internationals next summer with Sri Lanka and Pakistan heading for the SSE Swalec Stadium.

The two series finales will be in Cardiff with the Sri Lankans visiting on Saturday, July 2 and Pakistan heading over the Severn Bridge on Sunday September 4.

The announcement from the England and Wales Cricket Board comes after Glamorgan successfully hosted a cracking Ashes opener while there will be no empty seats when the Australian men and women visit for T20 clashes on Monday.

"Both of our 2015 internationals were complete sell-outs and we look forward to welcoming supporters back to Cardiff in 2016," said Glamorgan chief executive Hugh Morris.

"We're delighted to be hosting two weekend fixtures that will serve as the climax of each series.

"England are playing good cricket and will see the Ashes win as a springboard for a period of consistent performances."

Both 50-over matches are being held on the weekend and are expected to start at 10.30am.

Glamorgan members will enjoy priority access to 2016 international tickets from Wednesday, September 16 with general sale to launch on Thursday, October 1.

Next year's membership will go on sale on Friday, September 11 for those wishing to get to the front of the queue with a further priority window on Tuesday, September 29 for past buyers and those that register for priority access at

ECB chief executive Tom Harrison believes that Sri Lanka and Pakistan will provide stern competition for a dynamic England team on the crest of a wave following victory in the Investec Ashes Series.

"Alastair Cook was absolutely right to acknowledge the contribution of England's fans to our Ashes success," he said.

"They have been unwavering in their support this summer and we would urge as many as possible to return to our international venues next summer and get behind our men's and women's teams in large numbers once again.

"Both Pakistan and Sri Lanka will also attract strong support from their own communities in this country which all adds up to another exciting summer of international action played in front of packed houses for all three formats of the game."

England play three tests against Sri Lanka at Headingley, Durham and Lord's while Pakistan will play four Tests at Lord's, Old Trafford, Edgbaston and the Oval.