Basic Overview of the County Ground, Taunton:
Established: 1882
Ends: Old Pavilion End, River End
Home Teams: Somerset, England
Capacity: 6500
Floodlights: Yes

2019 Cricket World Cup fixtures:
June 8: Afghanistan v New Zealand (d/n)
June 12: Australia v Pakistan
June 17: West Indies v Bangladesh

None of the current players or teams have played a match on this ground (not even the home team England).

Only three ODIs have been played on County Ground, Taunton and all of them in the world cups (One in1983 and two in 1999).

In the three matches played here, the team batting first has won two games. Heavy run scoring has been seen on this ground in all the games played here with two 300+ totals.

Just for flashbacks, this is the same ground where Sourav Ganguly scored his highest score of 183 alongside Rahul Dravid’s 145 in a record-breaking partnership of 318 at that time against Sri Lanka.

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