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For the first time since 1987, spectators will be allowed to watch the match from the outfield in front of the Grand Stand.
Entry requirements for the Ground's Victorian Pavilion - usually reserved for MCC Members - will also be relaxed, with 500 tickets for general members of the public.
Former England internationals John Emburey, Paul Nixon, Matthew Maynard and Dean Headley will be giving masterclass sessions in the MCC Academy during the afternoon.
And bat-makers Hunts County will be hosting a bat and ball making workshop on the Nursery Ground, where spectators will be able to try their hand at putting together their own cricket bats and balls.
MCC Head of Cricket and captain for the match, John Stephenson, said:
MCC v Hertfordshire was the first ever match played at the current Lord's Ground on June 22nd 1814.
The Marylebone Cricket Club had previously been based in the Eyre Estate of St John's Wood, but decided to move after plans emerged for the Regent's Canal to be built straight through it.
Brian Lara retired from international cricket in 2007 and says that he's missed playing at Lord's.
West Indies cricketing legend, Brian Lara, is set to play at Lord's this weekend, as part of celebrations marking the grounds' 200 year anniversary.
The batsman will turn out for the Marylebone Cricket Club on Sunday, as they take on Hertfordshire in a unique fixture in Lord's bicentenary year.
He will also play in the MCC v Rest of the World fixture on Saturday 5th July, alongside the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne.