Basic Overview of County Ground, Bristol:

Established: 1889
Ends: Pavilion End, Ashley Down Road End
Home Teams: Gloucestershire, England
Capacity: 15000 (with temporary seating)
Floodlights: Yes

2019 Cricket World Cup fixtures:
June 1: Afghanistan v Australia (d/n)
June 7: Pakistan v Sri Lanka
June 11: Bangladesh v Sri Lanka

The ground has generally supported the bowlers, especially the seam bowlers. In the recent years, we have seen plenty of runs being scored on this ground, courtesy of England’s aggressive batting of late.

There is not much of a difference between batting second and batting first as teams batting first have won 7 games and teams batting second have won 8 games.

A total of five 300+ scores has been witnessed here with the highest score being 369/9 vs Windies in 2017.

None of the teams playing on the County Ground, Bristol have a great record with only Australia and Pakistan winning a match a piece. Bangladesh and Sri Lanka haven’t won a single game here.

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