The match is taking place at the Hollow in Potton at 6pm and is in aid of funds for communities in Nepal.
Angus Berry, from Biggleswade and a former pupil at Stratton Upper School, is the founder of Connecting Clubs International.
There will be a barbecue, raffle and a 20/20 cricket match. All money raised will be going towards the charity’s partner cricket club in Nepal who need assistance to be able to deliver community sports.
Angus said: “We are expecting a good crowd of people at the Hollow so it promises to be a good evening.”
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For more information about the charity visit www.connectingclubs.org and the fundraising website http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/connecting-clubs-supporting-cricket-in-nepal.